This inspiring display of church-approved Eucharistic miracles from various countries will be available for viewing in Fr. Jacob’s Library on:
Saturdays, September 21 and 28: 8 am to 7 pm
Sundays, September 22 and 29: 8 am to 8:30 pm
Classes, parish organizations, or groups can also come during weekdays from September 20-27. Call the parish office at (810) 659-2501 to schedule a time. There is no cost.
A Eucharistic miracle is an extraordinary event or phenomenon, which reveals the Real Presence of Jesus in the consecrated bread and wine. Eucharistic miracles have taken different forms, such as a host floating on air or a host becoming visible human flesh!
The Catholic Church carries out a rigorous investigation whenever a claim of a private revelation, such as a Eucharistic miracle, is made. The revelation is only approved after the church is satisfied that: (a) the people involved are credible, (b) there is no natural or scientific explanation for the phenomena, (c) the revelation contains nothing contrary to public revelation, and (d) the revelation is leading to good fruits. The miracles in this exhibition have gone through this process. The exhibition was assembled by the Vatican to mark the Year of the Eucharist in 2004 – 2005.