In the 1950’s two miracles were attributed to St. Camilla Battista Varani– A young child at Methodist Hospital and a man in nearby New Jersey. In April 1983 the Varani family was contacted by the Monastery requesting signatures petitioning the Canonization of St. Camilla Battista Varani.

The miracle which took place for her canonization occurred in 1877: the cure of a girl called Celia Ottaviane in Camerino, who suffered from rickets. Saint Camilla’s cause for canonization was then delayed for about 100 years due to problems with the original postulator. It was taken up again in 1998 and last December, Benedict XVI signed the decree approving the miracle for her canonization on February 19th, 2010.