[quote=Writer]Here is what I have so far. I will also try to attach a photo. Does anyone know if this is legitmate? The photo quality is really poor, but does the image remind anyone of anything?
*"Most of you know what a Eucharistic Miracle is, but for those who do not it is a rare occurrence when the host actually turns into the visible body and blood of Christ. Of course as Catholic we all (hopefully) believe that this occurs at Mass, but in rare cases it becomes visible. Some notable cases are Lanciano Italy dating from the 8th century. Moments after the consecration, the priest, who had been doubting the Real Presence of Our Lord in the Eucharist, found himself holding a host that had changed into flesh. *
In Dallas at St. James church on March 19, 2006, another Eucharistic miracle was reported. About 1 month ago a boy who had received communion spit out the host on the floor of the bathroom. The priest followed him and picked it up off the floor. The priest placed it in a glass of water and left it there. He went to check on it and saw that it needed more water to help it dissolve because it had not dissolved after 30 days. When he put more water in the glass the host moved from the side of the glass to the middle and turned into the flesh and blood before his very eyes. I saw this myself this afternoon. The blood on the host was staying right in the middle and not blending into the water."
reported by: Tristan Hitt