- When an apparent miracle occurs in the village and a fountain statue of Jesus at the Marriage of Cana starts pouring wine instead of water, it looks as if both villagers and monastery will benefit - which the latter badly needs.
- Results, however, are far from happy.
- The village becomes a show-place, commercialism breeds greed and strife.
- However, as the Cardinal, who comes to examine the "miracle" points out, God moves in a mysterious way and is quite capable of rectifying his own mistakes.
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