The Church will soon have another Pope among the saints. It is John Paul I, Albino Luciani, the ‘short’ Pope who remained on the throne of Peter for only 33 days, who was recognized as a miracle that took place 10 years ago in Argentina. The Pope, the Vatican informs, during the audience granted to Cardinal Marcello Semeraro, Prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, authorized the Congregation to promulgate the decrees concerning the miracle attributed to the intercession of the Venerable Servant of God John Paul I (Albino Luciani), Supreme Pontiff; born on 17 October 1912 in Forno di Canale, (today Canale d’Agordo, Italy) and died on 28 September 1978 in the Apostolic Palace of the Vatican. The postulator of the cause of beatification of John Paul I, Cardinal Beniamino Stella, prefect emeritus of the Congregation for the Clergy and a native of the Diocese of Vittorio Veneto, speaks of the miracle that took place ten years ago in Buenos Aires which will allow the Pope to be beatified shortly . “It is a miracle that took place in Argentina, in Buenos Aires, about ten years ago. At that time there was a little girl, – the postulator told the Vatican media – today a girl of almost twenty, who was healed in extraordinary circumstances from problems very serious neurologists, in practically desperate conditions “.” Even today – says Stella – I have seen videos that portray her walking, talking, and we see a girl of almost twenty who is well. We owe it to the faith of those who prayed around to this person when he was ill. It is an event that certainly has extraordinary characteristics, because we got busy on a medical level, but above all there was a night, a long moment of prayer, of intercession, which is what which ultimately qualifies an event of this kind “.