Irregardless of the miracles, obedience to the bishop is of utmost importance. All through out St. Faustina’s diary Jesus is constantly telling her to be obedient to her confessor, be obedient and do every thing he says to the last detail. Later in the book he reveals that it is Him speaking through the confessors and guiding her.
The Bishop might know things we do not, he might have a funky vibe, you know? He is tasked with protecting his flock, and under his nose a priest not from his territory snuck in and caused a ruckus among the sheep. OP, It would be wise to reflect why the bishop’s decision raises up feelings of anger towards the Church of Jesus Christ.
the raising back to life? It seems a little dubious to me.
I don’t want to sound negative here, but we always must hold firm to the deposit of the faith contained in Scripture, and the magisterium. Those are 100% guaranteed from Jesus.
In all cases of healing, it is the faith in God that allows healing to take place. Jesus Christ heals. Compared to those who had the gift of healing, this seems all rather sensational. I agree with the bishop to be wary of this sort of thing for just a little while. For those that are angry at me right now, first ask yourself why, and second remember that even Padre Pio went through this sort of ordeal.
If it is His will then so it will be done,