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Miracle of the Eucharist of Lanciano

Miracle of the Eucharist of Lanciano

Miracle of the Eucharist of Lanciano Lanciano is a small, medieval town , nestled in from the coast of the Adriatic Sea in Italy, halfway between San Giovanni Rotondo and Loreto. Everything about Lanciano smacks of the Eucharistic Miracle. Even the name of the town was changed from Anxanum (in ancient times), to Lanciano, meaning “THE LANCE”. Tradition has it that the centurion, named Longinus, who thrust the Lance into the side of Jesus, striking Him in the Tip of His Heart from which He shed blood and water, (in the Gospel account of the Crucifixion (Mk 15:29)) was from...

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Five Cardinals and two Bishops speak about the end times

Five Cardinals and two Bishops speak about the end times

Five Cardinals and two Bishops Speak about the end times. Bishop Athanasius Schneider said that the Church which is the Mystical Body of Christ will be Crucified and we are now at Calvary! Saint Louis Marie de Montfort and the end times Pope Leo XIII and the end times Bob and Penny Lord's end times book

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What the world needs now! Interview with Michael Poirier

What the world needs now! Interview with Michael Poirier

An interview with Catholic Musician Michael John Poirier   After exchanging vows in 1994 Michael and his wife, Mary, consecrated their marriage to be formed under the care of Our Lady of Guadalupe and dedicated themselves to helping build up and encourage families in the Church. After almost twenty-five years they are still serving the Church through a non-profit corporation called Holy Family Apostolate - presenting missions, concerts, and Holy Hour of Eucharistic adoration at parishes, military bases, classrooms, hospitals, and in homes.Click the link below to checkout his website:https://prayerbreaks.org/To contact Steve you can email him at:stevebaileymusic7@gmail.comMiracles of the Eucharst...

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Holy House of Loreto

Holy House of Loreto

Holy House of Loreto     And so it was, in the year 1291, when the Saracens (Moslems) decided to vent their venom and hate against Christ, and all things Christian.  The Crusades were over.  The Christians had been defeated and run out of the Holy Land.  By destroying every holy place in Palestine, the Moslems thought they could eliminate every sign or vestige of Jesus' existence in history. At about the same time, hordes of Saracens rode, for all they were worth, their horses covered with foam of white lather as they strained to go beyond their limit, towards...

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The Miracle of the Mice

The Miracle of the Mice

The Miracle of the Mice Saint Martin de Porres Martin was born in 1579, in Lima, Peru. It was only 83 years after Columbus placed a small Spanish flag on the island of San Salvador, claiming it and the entire new world for the Catholic Queen, Isabella, as it was she who had financed this expedition in thanksgiving to God for deliverance of Spain from the Moors. In 1535, the city of Lima was founded, and in 1551, the Dominicans Saint Martin de Porres began a university there. [An aside, the Dominicans were the first order of religious to preach...

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