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Eucharistic Miracle In Secunderabad As Faithfuls Throng To St. Francis High School

Eucharistic Miracle In Secunderabad As Faithfuls Throng To St. Francis High School

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Several faithful October 2 thronged to St. Francis High School chapel in Secunderabad after reports of a Eucharist miracle at the school’s chapel.

Secunderabad or Sikandar-a-bad, popularly known as the twin city of Hyderabad is located in the Indian state of Telangana.

The Eucharistic bread “bled” after it was put up in the Monstrance and kept on the altar.

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Recent Eucharistic Miracle In Brazil: Host Turns Into Body And Blood Of Jesus Christ

Recent Eucharistic Miracle In Brazil: Host Turns Into Body And Blood Of Jesus Christ

While the Olympics were going on in the Brazilian city of Rio, there was an alleged miracle of the Host turning into the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ in another Brazilian city of Tangará da Serra.

This incident which happened in the Sacred Heart of Jesus parish in Tangará da Serra on Sunday, August 14th went viral on social media.

One account has it that it happened during the Holy Hour when people were praying in front of Our LORD Jesus Christ while another version of the story has it that it happened during during Mass.

The second account said the Priest placed a consecrated host in a chalice with the Precious Blood, drank the Precious Blood, and when he finished noticed something strange: the host had stuck to the side of the chalice, and on it appeared the face of Jesus. Other various stories being passed around are saying the host was or is bleeding, or that it had turned to flesh.

These images have widely circulated and from the images above, this must have happened during the Holy Hour.

There is no official Church claim in this as a Eucharistic miracle yet, there must be proper investigation before the Church can authoritatively proclaim this as a Eucharistic miracle.

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Read Also Bleeding Host In Poland, A Eucharistic Miracle

Bleeding Host In Poland, A Eucharistic Miracle

Bleeding Host In Poland, A Eucharistic Miracle

A bleeding Host in Poland was recently approved for veneration and declared to have the hallmarks of a Eucharistic miracle as announced by Bishop Zbigniew Kiernikowski of Legnica.

On Christmas Day in 2013, a consecrated Host fell to the floor, the bishop said, it was put in a container of water and red stains subsequently appeared on the Host.

After the discovery, the former Bishop of Legnica set up a commission to observe the phenomenon.

“In February 2014, a tiny red fragment of the Host was seperated and put on a corporal. The Commission ordered to take samples in order to conduct the thorough tests by the relevant research institutes.”

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Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano

Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano

A Eucharistic miracle is any miracle involving the Eucharist. Reported Eucharistic miracles can be differentiated from Transubstantiation which is also regarded to as a Eucharistic miracle.

Transubstantiation is the transformation of whole substance of the bread into the body and the transformation of the whole substance of the wine into the blood of Jesus Christ during a Catholic Mass or Orthodox Liturgy while reported Eucharistic miracles usually consist of unexplainable phenomenon such as consecrated Hosts visibly transforming into myocardium tissue, being preserved for extremely long stretches of time, surviving being thrown into fire, bleeding, or even sustaining people for decades.

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Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano - rear-lighted panel. On the left the heart tissue, on the right the pellets of blood. It is the first Eucharistic miracle in history.

In the city of Lanciano, Italy, around A.D. 700, a Basilian monk and priest was assigned to celebrate the Eucharistic sacrifice in the Latin Rite in the small Church of St.Legontian. Usually celebrating in the Greek Rite and using leavened bread and having been taught that unleavened bread was invalid matter for the Holy Sacrifice he was disturbed to be constrained to use unleavened bread and had trouble believing that the miracle of transubtantiation would take place with unleavened bread.

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