This week, journalist Elizabeth Scalia, wrote: “Only three years ago, in Poland, a piece of bread, consecrated at Mass, appeared to start bleeding. Lab tests concluded that what appeared as bread was consistent with striated cardiac muscle, species human, and bearing cellular ‘alterations that often appear as evidence of torture’ in medical post-mortems.”
Are miracles making a comeback? If so, what are they? Isn’t the Church’s belief in miracles increasingly hard to defend in an age of secularism, science and reason?
I decided to telephone Elizabeth and find out more. Enjoy!
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