Who is The Garabandal Eucharist Martyr?

Posted: June 14, 2013 in Uncategorized

WHAT IS GARABANDAL?: Who is The Garabandal Eucharist Martyr?.

 


The Great Miracle : The Miracle will be on the feast day of a young martyr of the Eucharist, a boy……

On a day in September of 1963, some French people were invited to eat dinner with Conchita in a house near the girl’s home. She was devouring pastries with the healthy appetite of girls of her age. Someone jokingly asked her about the sacrifices and penance mentioned in the message. Conchita accepted the joke in good humor and laughed. But suddenly she became quiet and seemed to concentrate; her face lit up; and with her hands joined on her chest, she began to speak:
«The Miracle will be on the feast day of a young martyr of the Eucharist, a boy who carried Communion to persecuted Christians. His companions, on seeing him pass by, wanted to force him to stay and take part in their games. Infuriated by his resistance, they ended up hurling stones at him until he was left almost dead. Later a Christian soldier came, who recognized him and carried him in his arms.
One of those present exclaimed: Oh, that’s St. Tarcisius!
Conchita, without saying a word, as if she hadn’t heard, turned back to her pastries.
After dinner ended and Conchita had left, those at the table exchanged their impressions. The oldest in the group concluded: It seems that Conchita saw this scene in an ecstasy, but without understanding what martyr it was. I don’t think she even knows his name. (L’Etoile dans la Montagne)

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Comments
  1. Rich says:

    St. Hermeneguild, April 13th.

  2. Rich says:

    Spanish martyr of the Eucharist. Feast falls on Holy Thursday, 2017. Eastern and Western Easters are on the same day in 2017.

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