Saturday, January 23, 2010

Eucharistic Miracle in Lourdes?

Watch the video and judge for yourselves.

Watch the host during the epiclesis (the moment the Holy Spirit is invoked upon the the host and wine.)

And here are video screen caps.


 During the epiclesis

Look at the Host!


This proves that the Novus Ordo Mass is a valid Mass as declared by our Holy Mother Church through the Holy Father.

Domenico Bettinelli on his blog says that "At the time, the French bishops decided to keep it quiet. Recently, it was brought to the attention of a cardinal in the Curia, who took it upon himself to verify the origin of the clip and ask the current archbishop of Lyon for the position of the French bishops on the matter. This cardinal in turn passed it on to the Holy Father. He is concerned that certain bishops were too quick to put the lid on what seems to be an authentic sign."


  1. The Eastern Church believes that Jesus becomes truly present under the appearances of bread and wine in the epiclesis. The Latin Church believes it happens during the consecration itself. So if this miracle is attested, then the Eastern understanding of transubstantiation is supported. I am surprised that the priests did not notice it. In other eucharistic miracles, the priest immediately is taken aback.