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In 1411 at Ludbreg, in the chapel of the Count Batthyany's castle, a priest was celebrating Mass. During the consecration of the wine, the priest doubted the truth of transubstantiation, and the wine in the chalice turned into Blood. Not... more

The Virgin Mary appears to St. Catherine Laboure in 1830 giving us the ?Miraculous Medal? that shows Mary standing on the moon and the Devil under her feet. St Augustine said (354-430), ?Since the devil is the head of original... more

The Eucharistic miracle of Augsburg, is known locally as Wunderbarlichen Gutes –?The Miraculous Good?. It is described in numerous books and historical documents that can be consulted in the civic state library of Augsburg. A stolen... more

On the borders between Colombia and Ecuador is a beautiful sanctuary, a wonder to its visitors. There is a venerated image of Our Lady of Las Lajas, and thousands and thousands of pilgrims from both countries visit each year and... more

St. Ambrose writes: ?What shall I say about his reverence in the worship of God? One episode will suffice. Before being fully initiated into the sublime mysteries (First Communion), he experienced a shipwreck. When the ship on which... more

John Carpenter presents two interesting Marian apparitions in France that are lesser known (Veney and Qurian France) which should be very interesting.

In some Eucharistic Miracles, an image appears on the host. The miracle of Eten, Peru,for instance, began on June 2, 1649. That night, as Fr. Jèrome Silva was about to replace the monstrance in the tabernacle, he saw in the host the... more

One example: In the year 1603, in a small barrio of Caysasay, in the town of Taal, a fisherman by the name of Juan Maningcad went out fishing and instead of casting his net on the sea, threw it into the nearby river, and instead of catching... more

Eucharistic Miracle Siena, Italy — 1730 The second Eucharistic miracle of Siena has roots in the 13th century when special services and festivities were introduced in honor of the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.... more