Hamburg parish to host witness talk

Wed, Apr 27th 2016 03:00 pm
Dawn Curazzato (left) with her granddaughter, Katelin.
Dawn Curazzato (left) with her granddaughter, Katelin.

Dawn Curazzato will give a witness talk on a "Memoir of a Miracle," "The Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist," and the "Power of Prayer" during this extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy at SS. Peter and Paul Parish, 66 E. Main St., Hamburg, on Friday, May 6, at 7 p.m. in the cafeteria.

Curazzato's granddaughter Katelin was born with severe disabilities. Curazzato drove through a blizzard in search of the "Divine Healer." She drove to the bedside of another little girl who shared some of the same disabilities, "Little Audrey Santo" of Worcester, Mass., who is now up for sainthood.

Dawn's story has appeared in two news specials, in a segment of "Unsolved Mysteries," in the Western New York Catholic, The Buffalo News and several other publications. She has been on Catholic radio and Radio Maria and she is the author of "Memoir of a Miracle." Curazzato is a parishioner of St. Gregory the Great Parish in Williamsville and is founder of "The Ladies of the Lord/Disciples of Divine Mercy."

Curazzato will share developments of this journey of faith after viewing a short film about the Eucharistic miracle she witnessed 19 years ago.   

Related Articles