Dramatic Video: Blood of St Januarius liquefies once again in Naples Cathedral

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From Catholic Herald

Blood of St Januarius liquefies once again in Naples Cathedral

The liquefaction occurred on Monday, the saint’s feast day

The miracle of the liquefaction of the blood of St Januarius happened again at the Cathedral of Naples, Italy, on September 19, the saint’s feast day.

St Januarius was a Bishop of Naples who is believed to have been martyred around the year 305 during the Diocletian persecution.

His blood is kept in a sealed glass ampoule and traditionally liquefies three times a year: on September 19, December 16 and the Saturday before the first Sunday of May.

The blood of St Januarius liquefied in the presence of Pope Francis in March last year, the first time it had happened in the presence of a Pontiff since 1848 on Saturday.

The blood of the patron saint of Naples, which is normally solid, partially liquefied after Pope Francis kissed the relic during his day trip to the southern Italian city.

According to AFP, Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe of Naples showed the vial to the congregation in the city’s cathedral, saying: “The blood has half liquefied, which shows that St Januarius loves our Pope and Naples.”

Pope Francis responded: “The bishop just announced that the blood half liquefied. We can see the saint only half loves us. We must all spread the word, so that he loves us more!”

2 thoughts on “Dramatic Video: Blood of St Januarius liquefies once again in Naples Cathedral

  • September 20, 2017 at 2:37 am

    This was last year. I have not heard what happened this year. I checked the article. It was from 2016.

  • September 23, 2017 at 7:30 am

    The article states the miracle occurred on “Monday.” 9/19/2017 was not a Monday. It was however a Monday in 2016. This article is from 2016. The post date means nothing.

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