On November 7, 1999 a solemn Mass was held in the Basilica of Lourdes.
The Archbishop of Lyon, the late Cardinal Billé, was the celebrant.
On the altar there two were large hosts to be consecrated.
At the beginning of the Mass, the two hosts appear in the film to be stacked one above the other, so that one cannot tell that there are two instead of one.
The video shows various camera angles showing them in this position and there is no doubt that the two hosts are physically stacked one atop the other and resting on the paten.
At the moment when the priest extends his hands and invokes the Holy Spirit, the phenomenon is evident.
One sees the upper host detach and levitate then, in an amazing way, begins to oscillate. The motion is impressive.
Eucharistic miracles are real. Jesus loves us and wants us to know he is really present in the Holy Eucharist.
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