Hey my Sweet friends! I have been thinking about doing this blog post for awhile now and for some reason, I feel like God wants me to talk about this now on the Kylie’s Corner & More blog.

I know that some of you know this about me, but for those who don’t know, I’m Catholic and I have been ever since I was Baptized when I was a baby. Most of my family are Catholic and part of my strong Catholic faith comes from my Grandparents because they are constantly envolved with the Church, and I admire both of them for that.

I barely talk about being Catholic on here because I know that not all of you are Catholic and I usually write about things we can all relate to. I think the only time I have written a blog post about my religion was about how I found Jesus and I encourage you to check out that blog post!

So, I have been Confirmed in the Catholic Church, which means that I am full Catholic because there are certain steps you have to take like, being Baptized, having your first Communion, and then being Confirmed by the Holy Spirit.

Communion means eating the body (Eucharist) and blood of Christ, it is what is happening in the Bible verse above in Mark 14:22-26. Before Jesus died on the cross, He had the last supper with his 12 Disciples where He would break the bread and tell them that it was His body. Then, Jesus turned the wine into His blood and told them to drink from it, and do this in memory of Him. That is what Catholics do at every Mass in Church.

There is a reason why I’m giving y’all the background information first before I get into the main reason why I’m writing this blog post. When I was in High School, I would go to Church every Wednesday night and it wasn’t actual Church, it was basically our Youth Group where we would play games after we dived deeply into learning more about Jesus. I remember this one time where we watched a documentary of the Eucharist (body of Christ) bleeding in so many different countries around the world. There also have been studies about the blood, which I’ll get into that later. I was honestly astonished by learning about this because hardly no one would talk about it, especially in Church and it still amazes me! I didn’t know that Eucharistic miracles even existed. I still don’t know why we (Catholics) barely talk about it because when I was first informed of it, my faith in Jesus and in God grew so much stronger than before. This is evidence that Jesus does exist and that He is alive. Let’s get into the research.

There has been Eucharistic miracles from years ago like, in Poland, Italy, Argentina, etc.

The one I’m going to talk about is in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This happened in 1996 where a woman found the Host (Jesus’ body) in a candleholder towards the back of the church and she told the priest about it. The priest ended up putting the Eucharist in water, since that is the correct way to dispose of it and when he did that, it started bleeding. It didn’t even dissolve in water and the priest ended up getting it tested in California. The results had shown that the blood was AB, came from a human, was from the heart, and that the owner of this blood was severely beaten around the chest area. There are other Eucharistic miracles around the world that received this same evidence that this church in Argentina did and they also found out that the blood results were also the same from the Shroud of Turn.

This is what the Eucharist looked like.

I don’t know about y’all, but this evidence they have found amazed me, especially when I was just a girl in High School! I wanted to share this with y’all because I am curious to know what y’all think about this or if y’all have heard about it before or not. This topic is really interesting and I hope some of you enjoyed reading this even if you are Catholic or not because maybe your faith in Jesus increased just from reading about this.

All of this shows that Jesus is truly alive and He does exist. Even if you’re not a believer, I pray that this evidence helps you to think differently about Jesus because He still does love you.

If you want to read more about the Eucharistic miracles, I will put some links below about it.

This Eucharistic miracle happened in Poland in 2013.

This article is where I got my information from about Argentina.

This article shows five different Eucharistic miracles from different places in Italy, India, and Portugal.

When you find the time, please listen to “The Ascension” by Phil Wickham.

“This is the start of something amazing. A moment when Heaven touches earth. Here in our hearts, Lord we are waiting for something that’s far beyond what we have seen or heard. Let us start the ascension. Let’s begin the climb up this holy mountain where Your glory shines. Further up, further in just to be with You again. Let us start the ascension.”

“The age of miracles has not past. The Miracle Worker is still ALIVE. His name is Jesus Christ!” -T.B Joshua


10 thoughts on “Jesus Is Alive

  1. I don’t knock anyone for their religion. I think it’s not the religion but the obedience and faith one has that will get them to the Lord. With that said, it’s the your heart for God that will save you.

    However, I do understand there’s a lot of negativity that’s come from the Catholic Church over the years. And I would urge people to pray and seek God for His wisdom, knowledge and understanding in His Word to fully understand what they’re in. Sin is very subtle and there is a way that seems right to a person but the end of those ways are destruction.

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      1. I’m glad you didn’t find that offensive. People are finicky about this stuff. But it’s not our religion, it’s our faith.

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      2. I can completely understand! Lol! It’s crazy.. most people who object to my posts actually call themselves Christians…

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