Some Things Defy Scientific Explanation…

Eucharistic Miracle of Buenos Aires

This short video recounts the story of the amazing Eucharistic Miracle that happened in Argentina in 1996 in the Parish of St. Mary. For many Christians, Holy Communion is a symbolic ritual, but Catholics believe it is in fact His divine body and blood. This sounds absolutely nuts, but it’s a matter of faith.

… And of scientific evidence…

The Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano 

The Miracle of Lanciano is officially recognized by the Catholic Church as a true Eucharistic Miracle. It was the first and greatest Eucharistic Miracle of the Catholic Church.

This wondrous Event took place in the 8th century A.D. in the little Church of St. Legontian in Lanciano, Italy, as a divine response to a Basilian monk’s doubt about Jesus’ Real Presence in the Eucharist.

During Holy Mass, after the two-fold consecration, the host was changed into Heart Tissue Flesh and the Wine was changed into Actual Blood, which coagulated into five globules, irregular and differing in shape and size.

 

Eucharistic Miracle of Legnica Poland

(For the scientific tests on the Eucharistic Miracle of Buenos Aires, go to the 12:00 minute point.)

More on the Eucharistic Miracles in Sokolka, Buenos Aires and Lanciano

Interesting take on how they may affect evolutionary theory.

According to Tesoriero, by one of the examining scientist’s own admission, the documented findings should send ripples through the scientific community. 

Zugibe had said: “The heart of the person from which this tissue has come has been injured and has suffered trauma. … This is the sort of injury I see in cases where someone has been beaten severely around the chest. … The sample shows evidence of having come from a living person, not a dead person.” When he learned the source of the sample, and that it had been kept in water for three years, he said there was no way to explain that scientifically. 

Click here to Read the whole story…

 

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