Filipino archbishop who some claimed had the ability to be in 2 places at once moves closer to sainthood
- Pope Francis recognized the “heroic virtue” of Filipino Archbishop Teofilo Camomot, who some claim had the ability to be in two places at the same time.
- Camomot, who was born on March 3, 1914, became a priest in 1941 before being consecrated as a bishop in 1955.
- He was known in Cebu for his “spiritual gifts.” Testimonies reported his ability to levitate in prayer, heal the sick and bilocate.
- A testimony from the late archbishop of Cebu Cardinal Ricardo Vida reported that Camomot was with him on Sept. 27, 1985, during the same time Camomot was seen anointing a sick man in a mountain village about 30 miles away.
Pope Francis recognized the “heroic virtue” of a Filipino archbishop who some claim had the ability to bilocate, or be in two places at the same time.
The late Cebuano archbishop named Teofilo Camomot was bestowed the title of “Venerable” by the pope on May 21.
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