Beyond the general personal incredulity at such things, this one goes to highlight the general nonsense when it interviews some fool from an Australian Catholic university who said
''There are a lot of misunderstandings in the making of saints and miracles,'' he said.Summary, "I can't explain this but it's not a miracle. Things happen in medicine that I can't explain. But those are miracles."
He said generally only "medical miracles'', such as healings, were accepted by the Catholic Church because those incidents could be tested using scientific means.
"We often rely on medical miracles because there is scientific proof it can't be explained by conventional science, that's where the validity comes from,'' he said.
"Validity" as an absence of evidence. Right.