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Friday, July 8, 2005
Eucharistic Miracles
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As Catholic we believe in transubstantiation where the bread and wine actually become the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Christ at Mass (i.e. The Holy Eucharist). After this has taken place the only thing remaining is the accidents, or just the appearance of bread and wine. There, however, have been occasions where the appearance changed to human flesh and blood proving that such things do occur at the Mass. Source: CCC 1373 - 1377

Several times through history the divinity of Christ in this Supreme Sacrament have shown through the bread and wine in rare but miraculous events. "Eucharist" literally means "thanksgiving" as through this sacrament we receive the greatest joy of them all.

These Eucharistic miracles not only confirm the Real Presence but also that Jesus Christ remains with us. The Miracle of Lanciano, Italy (8th Century); Cascia, Italy (1300s); and Sienna, Italy (1730) are just three of these miraculous events.

In the Eucharistic Miracle of Betania, Venezuela, the Eucharist is beating like a human heart and it is engulfed with flames! Watch a video of it!

The oldest recorded Miracle of the Eucharist in the History of the Church is in Lanciano, Italy. See the Host Which changed into a Human Heart and the Wine Which changed into Human Blood - The Miracle is still there for you to venerate.

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