Have you heard of the Eucharistic Miracle approved in Poland? What does it have to do with our day in time? What does it tell us about God's mercy? This is just what we discussed last week during a special Women of Grace Live radio program with our staff journalist, Sue Brinkmann, OCDS, to talk about a Eucharistic Miracle in Poland that was recently declared by the Catholic Church to be authentic.
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After an "exhaustive biological analysis" of a consecrated host that turned blood red this summer in a St. Paul church, the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis announced that the cause of the phenomenon was a fungus, not a miracle.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist
Polish Archbishop Edward Ozorowski led the faithful in a special Mass on Sunday to celebrate a Eucharistic miracle that occurred in 2008.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist The Catholic Church in Poland is investigating claims that a piece of a consecrated Host transformed into human heart tissue during Mass.
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