No, I haven’t. I’ll look it up.
My daughter is an artist who occasionally paints religious themes, portraits, etc. She corresponded with a priest, one of St. Pio’s biographers, until his death a few years ago, and she has a special interest in the saint.
She takes no money for her religious paintings, but donates them in all instances (even to protestant churches) or gives them to parish fund-raising auctions, etc.
An excellent book. In fact, it is a great book to read for both spiritual enlightenment and when one struggles with their faith.
After I read that book I could only agree that the only explanation for St. Pio is that he was truly touched by God.
The fact that these events happened in the 20th century, with so many witnesses on record show that miracles still happen and happen much more often than we can imagine.