Milagro en mexico mientras el padre Carlos Spahn exponía el santísimo la hostia empezó a palpitar. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼💖💖 pic.twitter.com/DkOjnBzgQi
— Deydea Galindo (@DeydeaGalindo) July 25, 2022
Through a good friend of ours, who also serves as a proficient translator, we’ve verified that — at least in the view of a local priest (as well as eyewitnesses), and according to an officer in the Archbishop of Mexico City’s press office — there was apparently a “Eucharistic miracle” on July 22 in the city of Zapotlanejo, State of Jalisco, at the Parish of Nuestra Señora del Rosario in Mexico.
He says it happened several times between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m., for periods of 20 to 30 seconds; not all present could see it.
Two videos were made on cell phones, for our discernment.
Fr. Spahn said that “perhaps the Church will never make an official judgment because it does not need one either.”
“I do not say that it is a miracle officially, because I do not have the authorization to do it,” the priest indicated. It’s still not clear if he himself was present.
Father Spahn told a Catholic news outlet called ACI Prensa that hours before, he had blessed a painting with a photo of Blessed Carlo Acutis, who had a deep devotion to Eucharistic miracles, and spread them over the internet. The photo, he indicated, “was sealed by glass,” but that night “began to emanate oil.”
“I just say that, without making any judgment about it,” said the priest.
Father Spahn, who is the founder and Superior of the Religious Family of the Immaculate Heart and Divine Mercy, said in a video, “I’m telling you what happened here in Guadalajara. We had a Mass and a conference and we exposed the Eucharist. We opened the curtains, because the Eucharist was behind them, and what you are seeing here is that the Host is beating like a heart. It beats perfectly like a human heart. A doctor measured its movements and said it corresponds with a human heart.”
And so you can see (and again, reckon) for yourself.