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Eucharistic Miracle in Poland
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Eucharistic Miracle in Poland: Confirmed by Doctors
Edit: remember the possibly miraculous Host which was put in a ciborium as is customary and wouldn't dissolve but actually developed red specks on it that look like blood?  The possible miracle being referred to was at St. Augustine's Parish [Soon to be dissolved by the Archdiocese] in South St. Paul Minnesota.  As of yet there is still no report back, but in the case of this Polish Host, two Doctors have determined that the specks were actually heart tissue.  This event occured back in 2008.  Here's the story:

Roman Catholics in Poland gathered Sunday for a special Mass celebrating what they see as a miracle: the appearance on a communion wafer of a dark spot that they are convinced is part of the heart of Jesus.

The communion wafer [It's a Consecrated Host] in question developed a brown spot in 2008 after falling on the floor during a Mass in the eastern Polish town of Sokolka. Two medical doctors determined that the spot was heart muscle tissue, church officials have said.

Posted Oct 3, 2011, 5:53 pm
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Great news, thank you Augustine.

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But was it the Sacred Host, confected by a traditional Priest in the traditional Roman Rite of the Mass, or was it a Novus Ordo wafer that is questionable (at BEST) in its validity?

For someone to say "it was a consecrated host" means nothing in the world of today's Newchurch. There was a time when "consecrated Host" meant that every Catholic everywhere could believe and confess unswervingly and unerringly that It was the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, but not these days.

Anyone have any more info on who performed the rite and what its status was?
This evil of heresy spreads itself. The doctrines of godliness are overturned; the rules of the Church are in confusion; the ambition of the unprincipled seizes upon places of authority; and the chief seat [the Papacy] is now openly proposed as a reward for impiety; so that he whose blasphemies are the more shocking is more eligible for the oversight of the people. Priestly gravity has perished; there are none left to feed the Lord's flock with knowledge; ambitious men are ever spending, in purposes of self-indulgence and bribery, possessions that they hold in trust for the poor. The accurate observation of the canons are no more; there is no restraint upon sin. Unbelievers laugh at what they see, and the weak are unsettled; faith is doubtful; ignorance is poured over their souls, because the adulterators of the word in wickedness imitate the truth. Religious people keep silence, but every blaspheming tongue is let loose. Sacred things are profaned; those of the laity who are sound in faith avoid the places of worship, as schools of impiety, and raise their hands in solitude with groans and tears to the Lord in Heaven.

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