[quote="chero23, post:5, topic:330239"]
I know that the one in Lanciano, that happened in and around the yr 900. The Priest who was doing the consecration had doubts about it being the real blood and body of our lord jesus Christ. The eucharist had coagulation to it, and the blood was authenthic blood. From what I read and seen on reports, the same coagulation is still there from almost 1100 yrs ago. Is it possible, yes Science ppl and non believers will say its a hoax, but i see it as God saying look Guys, I am here in the Eucharist, come I am the Bread of Eternal Life
[quote="ProdglArchitect, post:8, topic:330239"]
If it were a hoax, it would have likely been picked up by the examiners. They are brought in blind so as not to skew their results. The Church is only interested in the Truth, if a supposed miracle turns out to be a fake the Church'll be the first one to say as much.. well.. after the person who figures it out of course.
When the the tissue and blood was found on some of the Hosts, I think I'd read the tissue was determined to be from a living person. Is any of he blood or tissues from the Eucharistic miracles determined to still be living tissue?