March 12, 2018

Peter of Toulouse

Once, when Peter of Toulouse was holding the Host over the chalice at Mass, he saw Jesus as an infant. The brightness was so great that St. Peter shut his eyes. The image still remained after doing so. He turned his head, but still he saw Him, sometimes on his arm or his hand, whichever way he turned. This same event took place every day for three or four months.

Faber, Fr. Frederick William, The Blessed Sacrament, or The Ways and Works of God (London, Burns & Oates, Ltd., 1861) p. 489.


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