On the night of August 21, 1879, in the suffering little Irish village of Knock, fifteen people all saw the same thing. Judith Campbell describes: "I saw outside the chapel ... St. Joseph, St. John and the Blessed Virgin Mary; also an altar, and the likeness of a lamb on it, with a cross at the back of the lamb." Despite the pouring rain, the witnesses of the miracle stayed dry. Today, Our Lady of Knock is a proud symbol of Our Lady's care and love for Ireland.
Feast Day: August 21
Patronage: Ireland, The Suffering