According to a local television station in Connecticut, a possible Eucharistic miracle at St. Thomas Catholic Church is being investigated by the Archdiocese of Hartford. The church is Located in Thomaston, Connecticut and the miracle has reportedly taken place there during the celebration of Mass. Father Joseph Crowley shared that during the conclusion of Mass on March 5, a miraculous incident was witnessed by a Eucharistic minister when he was engaged in distributing Communion. As he was about to use up all of the Hosts, he saw that the ciborium was filled with more Hosts. Father Crowley said that the Hosts represent God as “God just duplicated himself in the ciborium.”
National Catholic Register reports:
A local Connecticut television station is reporting that the Archdiocese of Hartford is investigating a possible Eucharistic miracle that may have taken place during the celebration of Mass at St. Thomas Catholic Church in Thomaston.
Blessed Father Michael McGivney, founder of the Knights of Columbus, served as pastor of St. Thomas Church from 1884 until his death at age of 38, on the eve of the Assumption, in 1890.
On March 5, at the conclusion of Mass, Father Joseph Crowley announced that a Eucharistic minister witnessed something unexplainable as he was distributing Communion.
“One of our Eucharistic ministers was running out of Hosts and, suddenly, there were more Hosts in the ciborium. God just duplicated himself in the ciborium,” an emotional Father Crowley told the faithful.
“It’s really, really cool when God does these things, and it’s really, really cool when we realize what he’s done, and it just happened today,” the priest said.
“Very powerful, very awesome, very real, very shocking. But also, it happens, and today it happened,” he said.
“They were running out of Hosts, and, all of a sudden, more Hosts were there. So today, not only did we have the miracle of the Eucharist, we also had a bigger miracle. It’s pretty cool,” the priest said.
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