Accessibility Tools

Eucharistic Miracle July 24, 2013 in Guadalajara Mexico



This Wednesday July 24th Eucharistic Miracle occurred in Guadalajara, Jalisco.

“This is a time of great blessing for this community and for the whole world.” So the priest called Jose Dolores Castellanos Gudino the phenomenon that occurred in his parish yesterday after blood sprouted a consecrated host.

Between songs, clapping, tears, long lines and cellulars wanting to capture the moment, thousands of faithful Catholics and non-believers attended the Parish of Mary Mother of the Church located in Colonia Jardines de la Paz (Guadalajara, Mexico) to witness of which we call a divine event or miracle.

A flash and a voice
It was 12:00 on the hour when the  parish priest was making his daily prayer  kneeling before the Blessed when suddenly saw a flash and heard a voice that gave some indications:

“Chimes the bells to pour out blessings to those who are present all day. Take your little sanctuary of private worship and bring to the altar of the parish,  do not open the Tabernacle until three in the afternoon, not before, will perform a miracle in the Eucharist, the miracle to take place will be called the ‘Miracle of the Eucharist in the embodiment of love and our Mother and Lady’ “.

After “the voice” told him to convey “the apostles” (the priests) to serve them in their conversion and all souls fill with blessings.

A priest excited
Father Lolo- his parishioners said he could not utter a word to that voice that spoke more than: “My Lord am thy servant, thy will.”

His voice breaking with emotion he could not conceal the priest continued narrating what happened:

“I did as I was ordered, I asked them to open the doors of the temple, it was about half past two p.m., also commanded to sound the bells as I said. In this small private chapel this humble wooden tabernacle, I put on the altar, also got the Blessed Sacrament as ordered and at about three in the afternoon people were gathered prayed to the Blessed Sacrament station,  at 3:00 I went to open the tabernacle and consecrated the host  through our Lord Jesus Christ and it was bathed in blood. “

Permanent link to this article: