Trento, were you ever favored with two Eucharistic Miracles ?VIDEO 06: The Priest Paul Schoonbroodt recounts the two Eucharistic miracles of Steffeshausen from which he was favoredPublished on November 12, 2011
The High Altar of the parish church of Steffeshausen (Belgium) where the two Eucharistic miracles of October 3 and December 12, 1971 took place, while Abbot Schoonbroodt was saying the Mass of St. Pius V.
The last "excommunicated" living from the sacres of Écône in 1988, the priest Paul Schoonbroodt tells how consecrated hosts that he was going to distribute to the faithful appeared marked on their edges with a stain of fresh blood, as well as later the great host at the altar.
During his solemn declaration of October 17, 2011, on the feast of Saint Marguerite-Marie Alacoque,seer of the apparitions of the Sacred Heart in Paray-Le-Monial, Mr. Curé Paul Schoonbroodt announced his next revelation of the Eucharistic miracles he witnessed. We are there.
In 1971, just after his installation as parish priest in Steffeshausen, Curé Schoonbroodt was favored by a double Eucharistic miracle. The last "excommunicated" living from the sacres of 1988, M. le Curé Paul Schoonbroodt recounts his installation in his parish church in 1971 in Belgium in Steffeshausen, then the double Eucharistic miracle of October 3 and December 12, 1971, which, forty years before his public revelation, now confirms him in his fight for the preservation of the sacramentally valid Catholic Priesthood and against the generalization of a false clergy invalid in the Conciliar Church since 1969, following the total abandonment on June 18, 1968 of the episcopal consecration rite of Latin rite twice millennia of the Church following the Liturgical Reformation resulting from Vatican II. Steffeshausen, Belgium, October 2011.
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In 1971, just after his installation as parish priest in Steffeshausen, Father Schoonbroodt was " favoured " with a double eucharistic miracle.
Last " excommunicated " priest still alive (after the 1988 consecrations), Father Schoonbroodt relates his installation in his parish church of Steffeshausen (Belgium) in 1971 and the double Eucharistic miracle of 3d October and 12th December 1971. These miraculous events – which took place fourty years before being publicly disclosed – confirms him in his fight for the preservation of the sacramentally valid Catholic Priesthood and against the generalization of a false and invalid clergy in the Newchurch since 1969, following the total relinquishment on the 18th of June 1968 of the two thousand-year old Latin rite of episcopal consecration due to the reforms stemming of Vatican II. Steffeshausen (Belgium), October 2011-10-30.