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Deepertruth: Eucharistic Miracle of Morne-Rouge, Martinique, Carribean Is. 1902

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On May 8, 1902, Ascension Day, the Mount Pelée volcano started erupting lava and ashes. The inhabitants of Morne-Rouge, strongly devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, immediately hurried to their parish church to ask Our Lady of Deliverance to spare their village from catastrophe. At that moment of sudden danger, people rushed to the confessionals.

The parish priest, Fr. Mary, gave a general absolution to all the faithful, distributed Holy Communion, and then exposed the Blessed Sacrament for public adoration. At a certain point, a woman cried out, “The Sacred Heart of Jesus is in the Host !” A large number of people witnessed the apparition of Jesus in the Host, showing His Sacred Heart crowned with thorns.

Some declared they also saw the Precious Blood of Jesus dripping from His Sacred Heart.The vision lasted several hours and stopped only after the reposition of the Blessed Sacrament in the tabernacle.  On May 8th, the village of Morne-Rouge was spared from the volcano’s devastating fury.

Therefore, the local population had a chance to reconcile themselves with God, receive the sacraments, and so be prepared to die in the state of grace. On August 30th of the same year, a violent eruption of the same volcano destroyed also the village of Morne-Rouge killing between 1,000 to 1,500 people.

Sometimes events such as these series of volcano eruptions and the flooding that took place in Missouri last year, in the midst of terrible hardship and agony, there will also be great signs of faith and miracles where God intervened in people of faith’s lives.  The greatest gift is to be ready to go when that day and hour does arrive.

 

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