December 23, 2019

A Holy Thursday – Part II

On Thursday, September 18, 1732, in the convent at Scala, Italy, as written by a nun present, the Sacred Host showed a hill surmounted with a cross, “with the figure of the Crucified exceedingly bright.” “The Sacred Host appeared blood-red, and the instruments of the Passion, especially the ladder and scourges were clearly outlined.

This was the second consecutive Thursday in which there was such an occurrence involving the Host and the Cross.

Source: Miller, Fr. D.F., C.SS.R, and Aubin, Fr. L.X., C.SS.R, St. Alphonsus Liguori (Rockford, Illinois: Tan Books and Publishers, Inc., 1987) p. 79.


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