March 21, 2017

The Pulsating Eucharist

Robert Benson was at St. Margaret Mary Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was a Friday night. There was to be a Mass, Benediction and Eucharistic Adoration. It was the early 1990s. At some point, he lost track of things taking place around him and does not even remember the O Salutaris, the hymn used during a Benediction to open a period of adoration. He also does not remember how everyone had left.

What he does remember is the Eucharist, getting bigger, with circles of light emanating from It and then radiating out into the church and right past him. This pulsating and dispersal of these circles of light continued for quite some time.

The next day, still not knowing whether he could be sure of what he had perceived, he chanced to pick up a flyer about a Medjugorje conference that was soon to be held at Notre Dame. In a short description about one of the speakers, the flyer indicated that he was to speak on a pulsating Eucharist experience he had encountered. In his case, the waves of light could be felt to physically push him as they rushed past.

Robert had his corroboration.


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