This Eucharistic miracle occurred in
the small Italian town of Bagno di
Romagna as a priest was celebrating
Mass and having great doubts about
the True Presence of Our Lord in the
Eucharist. After consecrating the wine,
he looked into the chalice and was
shocked to see wine turned to blood.
It began to bubble out of the chalice
and onto the corporal. Shaken by the
event, the priest prayed for forgiveness.
He eventually was given the title Venerable because of the
pious life he led after the miracle. In 1958 an investigation
confirmed the corporal contained human blood and still
retained properties of blood nearly 600 years later.
Bagno, Italy 1412 AD