Boeing 767 lands in Warsaw with no landing gear; passengers thought (felt) that they were landing on a “sponge”.
One priest knew the reason: he had a relic of JPII and blessed the plane and passenger with it.

A Boeing 767 that took off from Newark, N.J., on Tuesday, Nov. 1, was forced to make an emergency landing in Warsaw, Poland, after its landing gear failed to deploy. None of the 230 people on board was injured.

The following was compiled from a report made by Trwam Polish TV network and by commentary from a reader named Iskra – both of which were translated from Polish by Fr. Kaz Chwalek, MIC, the Provincial Superior for Marians’ United States and Argentina province.

Noting that among the airplane’s cargo was a relic of Blessed John Paul II, Fr. Kaz says of the incident, “It fills my heart with a deep gratitude for it gives witness to God’s providential love and mercy and Blessed John Paul II’s intercessory prayer.”

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