A video circulating on social media shows what appears to be a Eucharistic miracle - a consecrated host displayed for adoration by the faithful appears to be "beating" like a heart.
A few people on the spot noticed it and some filmed the scene and sent it on the Internet. As Father Jacek says in the interview made by Dave and Joan Maroney for the "Divine Mercy" Movement, it is difficult to say that there is deception because several people on the spot did not see anything. While other people and those filming saw it. For his part, Father Jacek says that it is exceptional to be able to film a miracle such as this.
This extraordinary fact occurs in an unprecedented global upheaval given the destructive power possessed by several countries.
The video was recorded on July 23 at Our Lady of the Rosary Parish in the town of Zapotlanejo, near Guadalajara in the Mexican state of Jalisco.
With the greatest miracle of all time, that of the Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, it is presumed that this could be a response from the Lord Jesus to come and help us spread the Flame of Love more because these miracles are there to increase our faith.
In the Unity prayer we find this sentence:
"May our hearts beat in unison" On this Video we can see the Heart of Jesus beating in the Monstrance. Father Jacek Mazur tells us that his doctor friend revealed to him that the heart that beats in the Monstrance is a heart that suffers. If we stick to this sentence of Jesus' prayer, our heart should also suffer with his Heart!
O Adorable Jesus
May our feet journey together May our hands gather in unity May our hearts beat in unison May our souls be in harmony May our thoughts be as one May our ears listen to the silence together May our glances profoundly penetrate each other May our lips pray together to gain mercy from the Eternal Father (Spiritual Diary – May 4,1962)
In the coming months, I intend to continue to give you more news on the various Eucharistic Miracles in the world.
The Beating Host in Guadalajara A Eucharistic Miracle via Blessed Carlo for Eucharistic Revival?
Dave and Joan Maroney with guest Fr. Jacek Mazur dive into the connections between what appears to be an unprecedented Eucharistic miracle in Guadalajara, Mexico, Blessed Carlo Acutis, and the recently launched plan for Eucharistic revival by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).
Fr. Jacek Mazur, born in Poland, is pastor of two parishes in Niagara Falls, New York. He offers profound insights on the most valuable gift of the Eucharist and practical suggestions on what the clergy can do to help bolster the faith of their flock in the reality of the true presence of Jesus in the consecrated host.