In 1263, as a priest in Orvieto spoke the words of the consecration, blood began to seep from the consecrated Host and onto the altar
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Pope Francis said that Jesus approaches gently “in the disarming simplicity of the Host.”
Celebrating Corpus Christi can still happen this year despite the health worries. With last-minute Eucharistic procession or, if not possible, another powerful way
Bishop Mulvey prayed for “the Lord to sustain those on the front lines who courageously confront this evil,” and for “calm and peace to our community and the world.”
Summers are traditionally quiet on the news front, but from the U.S. Bishops’ meeting in Baltimore to Supreme Court decisions, Summer 2019 is proving busy indeed. This week on Register Radio, we talk to Register correspondent Lauretta Brown about covering the news, including her recent reporting from Baltimore. And then, we are joined by Alyssa Murphy with more summer stories, including special indulgences and Corpus Christi processions worldwide.
User’s Guide to Sunday, June 23: Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
Lanciano might be the most famous of all Eucharistic miracles, but there have been many over the centuries, including recent ones.