This exhibit was produced by the Vatican and consists of 140 posters, panels and a Power Point presentation documenting instances around the world where the Eucharist has perceivably changed into real human flesh and real human blood. Many of these have been scientifically analyzed, all with the same result - the flesh is always from heart muscle, and the blood type is always AB (the same as the Shroud of Turin).
Deacon Benedict LoCasto will give a one-hour Parish Mission entitled “The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist”, at 7pm on the first night of the Exhibit.
Location: Church of the Holy Family, 185 Church St., Hebron, CT
Wednesday, March 18th: 6pm – 9pm (Parish Mission: 7-8pm) Thursday, March 19th: 6pm-9pm Friday, March 20th: 6pm-9pm Saturday, March 21st: 9am-12noon; 4pm-8pm Sunday, March 22nd: 8am- 12noon