From a Polish reader, comes a translation of a piece on Kronika Novus Ordo about a Eucharistic miracle:
?roda, 14 pa?dziernik 2009
Eucharist Miracle in Sokolka – Curia speaks
For our English speaking readers we have:
Communication from the Metropolitan Curia of Bialystok on the case of Eucharistic phenomena in Sokó?ka
Metropolitan Curia of Bialystok announces that the Ecclesial Commission appointed by Archbishop Edward Ozorowski (on 30 March 2009) to investigate the phenomena of the Eucharist in Sokó?ka has just completed its work. It examined and interrogated the witnesses and the patomorphology experts. Here follow conclusions.
1. On 12 October 2008 a consecrated Host fell out of hands of priest distributing Holy Communion. He has picked It up and placed in the vasculum in tabernacle. After the Mass, vasculum with contents has been transferred to the safe in sacristy.
2. On 19 October 2008 after opening the safe one could see a red stain on the Host, giving the impression of being the blood stain.
3. On 29 October 2008 the vessel with Host was transferred to the tabernacle in the chapel of the rectory. Next day The Host has been removed from the water and placed on the corporal in the tabernacle.
4. On 7 January 2009 the sample from the Host has been taken and examined independently by two professionals in patomorfology of Medical University in Bialystok. They have issued a common statement as follows: "the sample sent to assess (…) in our opinion (PhD. Maria Sobaniec-?otowska and Prof. PhD. Stanislaw Sulkowski) looks like the myocardial tissue, at least of all the tissues of living organisms it most resembles."
5. The Commission found that the Host, which was sampled for the assessment is the same that has been moved from the sacristy to the tabernacle in the chapel of the rectory. Third party intervention was not found.
Files of this case has been submitted to the Apostolic Nunciature in Warsaw.
The Case of Sokolka does not oppose to the faith of the Church, rather confirms it. Church believes that the words of consecration, by the power of the Holy Spirit, transform a bread into the Body of Christ and wine into His Blood. It also provides a call to ministers of the Holy Communion to distribute the Body of Christ with faith and attention and to faithful – to receive It with reverence.
Fr. Andrew Kakareko
Sort of like the miracle of Lanciano, no?
We will need to follow this.