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Notre Dame de Kerio, Noyal-Muzillac, Morbihan, Brittany, France

Commemorated on September 10
Notre Dame de Kerio, Noyal-Muzillac, Morbihan, Brittany, France
Jean Pierre Le Boterff, born October 15, 1857 in Noyal-Muzillac, was a young farmer who was very diligent and committed to his work. On September 10, 1874, near the camp where he was intent on sowing, he saw a figure on the edge of the woods. This figure was surrounded by a highly luminous halo grew more distinct, until she assumed the appearance of the Mother of God: she wore a blue robe sprinkled with stars, a golden cloak and a white veil. Mary invited the industrious farmer to make a pilgrimage walk to St. Anne d'Auray. The Virgin appeared to him at other times and urged him to pray for Brittany. Some years later, Pierre entered the Frères de l'Instruction nell'Otdine Chrétienne in Brittany, in the convent of Ploermel, where he died at only 31 years.
 
The Church has never recognized these apparitions, nor launched a commission of inquiry. 
 
Source: Latheotokos.it

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