Thank you, shin.
The woman who journeyed to Italy from France to encourage the Pope to recognize St. Philomena 18 centuries after her martyrdom had happened, Ven. Pauline Jaricot
, was blessed in her mission by St. John Vianney, the Cure d'Ars. St. John had instructed her to go see the Pope on the way to Philomena's shrine in Mugnano, and then after she would be cured, to return to Rome to report to the Pope and let him observe her recovery from illness. And so it was.
The little village of Ars, France, was to become a 'mecca' of miracles, so to speak. People came from far and wide to be cured from all manner of illness and troubles. Whenever they would thank the Cure d'Ars for his grace and blessing, he would point to St. Philomena, and say, It is none of my doing! I am not the one you should be thanking!
She is the one you should thank, because she is the one from whom these miracles have come, not I!