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A possible Eucharistic miracle?

Maybe.  It’s in Poland.  

Fr. Z. has the scoop, which sounds a lot like a miracle that I witnessed a few years ago, in Lanciano, Italy.  
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posted October 14, 2009 at 9:33 pm

From the comments to the piece, I found this remarkable YouTube video which describe a Eucharistic Miracle in Buenos Aires. A scientific lab in California and then a cardiologist/pathologist in New York found in the samples a beating heart muscle in what they did not know was a consecrated Host.

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posted February 6, 2011 at 10:55 pm

The Eucharistic miracle of Buenos Aires is truly a great story for our times. To know more about it and the scientific investigation go to The author of the book “Reason to Believe” worked with Dr Castanon in the investigation.

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