Miracle In Ireland – IOTW Report

Miracle In Ireland

The secular world has weighed in on a recent purported Eucharistic miracle in Ireland.
Facebook Is Now Fact Checking Eucharistic Miracles.

h/t Zonga

13 Comments on Miracle In Ireland

  1. I hate when they type stuff like this. “Indian parish priest”

    I mean, come on, what tribe?

  2. I agree with the vlogger, Facebook has no business intervening in ecclesiastical debate.

    An aside, another Catholic miracle in Utah that didn’t pass muster with the Diocese was the image of the Virgin of Guadelupe that seemed to appear in a tree scar from a recently broken branch at a park in Salt Lake City.

    My wife and I went by the site by the second day. It sure enough looked like the popular renderings of the Virgin of Guadelupe, kinda’, sorta’, maybe, but the reaction by the faithful was certainly understandable. It was also understandable that before the first week was out, some faithful had taken it upon themselves to “preserve” the quickly fading image with some paint. That kind of finished things with the Diocese, which had been openly dismissive from the start.

    Not being Catholic, I won’t tell them how to run things, however, my wife and I felt the issue could have been handled more delicately.

    Anyway, twentyish years later, the faithful being faithful, you can still go by the little park at 300 East and 700 South and climb the now sturdy steps to a small shelter and take a look — but watch out for the “homeless” excrement, etc. (It’s a Dem run city that would like nothing better than to become the next Portland or Seattle.)

  3. “Facebook” and “fact checking?”

    Isn’t that somewhat oxymoronic?

    mortem tyrannis
    izlamo delenda est …

  4. Liberalism is a leftist religion and abortions are their sacrament.
    They are exempt from all fact checks from Facebook or any other liberal institutions. Correcting them in any way is considered blasphemy and subject to censorship. Frequent violations to this faith will result in denial of access to the religion of liberalism.

  5. Fake or demonic. How come these type of things are only reported in churches lacking the 2nd Commandment?

  6. DaveVa, Catholics don’t worship statues, contrary to your belief.
    The sacred body and blood of Our Lord, Jesus Christ is not fake nor demonic.

  7. Super Toe
    Sure, they worship statues/idols. That is why the 2nd Commandment was removed to allow for that practice. Your second comment is true, but the “wafer” is a representation of the blood and body, not actually the blood and body.

  8. Matthew 24:24: For there shall arise false christs and false prophets and shall show great signs and wonders, insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.

    Christ does not have to show his power by some phoney Eucharistic miracle. Far be it for me to tell anyone what to think or believe. Discern for yourself. Furthermore, giving Nancy sacrament was blasphemy. I can’t see where God is pleased with the State of Christianity today. Can’t trust anyone, they’ve got to use trickery to get you into their fold and paying victim.

  9. Dave,
    I don’t know where you think that Catholics removed the 2nd Commandment, but you’re mistaken.
    And the Eucharist IS the real presence of the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ once it is consecrated. The apostles believed it. They didn’t scatter like the others in John’s gospel when Jesus said you must eat my flesh and drink my blood in order to have eternal life.
    You choose not believe it, that’s your problem not mine.
    I don’t need quotes from you watered down bible to try and persuade me otherwise.
    You choose not to believe that , that’s your problem.

  10. DaveVA,
    C’mon, man, the Catholics have NEVER worshipped idols.
    From about the beginning of time until the late 19th and early 20th centuries most people were illiterate. The Catholics used the statues and stained-glass to illuminate to the illiterate the lives and Acts of the Saints and the Divinity of Jesus. They could follow the pictures without being able to read the Bible. The statues became the focus of the prayer, not the destination.

    Apparently ignorance and superstition (as well as prejudice) are still alive and well.

    mortem tyrannis
    izlamo delenda est …

  11. Thank you, MJA & Zonga for this post ! Today is the Feast day of Juniper Serra – founder of many Missions in California . Pax et Bonum!

  12. There have millions of miracles on the Emerald Isle
    Seen through the lens of Irish Whisky


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