In God's Hands: The Miraculous Story of Little Audrey Santo From Poland, Italy, Ireland, and Arizona, from all over the world, people have flocked to Worcester, Massachusetts. They have journeyed to the home of the miraculous, where dozens of religious statues and pictures have wept tears of blood or shed streams of oil. They have come to see four consecrated Communion hosts that have bled. They have come, perhaps, with the hope of receiving a miraculous cure. But most of all, they have come to see a little girl named Audrey Santo whom God has chosen to surround with these miracles, for the life and story of little Audrey has drawn attention like none before. The tragic victim of a drowning accident at age three, Audrey now lives confined to her bed. She is in a coma-like state known as Akinetic Mutism and receives around the clock care from a staff of nurses and family. Yet for some reason, God has taken her life and used it in a special way. From what appears to be the Sacred Stigmata, to claims of prayers miraculously answered through Audreyss reported intercession, this silent, suffering child has become a testimony of life in a culture of death. In God's Hands is the long awaited, powerful, and moving account of the life of Audrey Santo. It is a book that you will not put down, and a story you will never forget.