Mexico City Newsroom, Aug 2, 2022 / 15:00 pm
Cardinal José Francisco Robles Ortega of Guadalajara, Mexico, recently spoke out about an alleged eucharistic miracle posted on social media, which supposedly occurred at a parish in his archdiocese.
Speaking to the press July 31, Robles said the case is “very serious, because it’s a matter of the greatest sacrament of our faith, where we are certain, sure of the real, living presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.”
“It’s a very sensitive issue that some extraordinary element be recorded or made official without the ecclesiastical authority knowing what happened, reviewing the details that have to be reviewed in order to say that it’s a supernatural, prodigious act, a miracle,” he said.
The cardinal noted that “up to this moment I haven’t received any report from the parish priest, nor from the priest who led the prayer, nor from the faithful themselves who experienced what they saw.”