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The Healing Room, Saint Roch Cemetery, New Orleans
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The Healing Room at the shrine to St. Roch, who is known as the patron saint of miraculous cures, in the St. Roch Cemetery of New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. Within this small room (and I do mean small, there was barely enough room for both me and the tripod), people have left various items, such as prosthesis, photos, pictures, books, etc. Many of these people were physically ill and their recovery they attribute to divine intervention with the help of St. Roch.
Copyright: Brandon ore
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Uploaded: 17/06/2014
Updated: 17/06/2014
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