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It is easily accessible by bus and train from Florence as well as Rome and other Italian cities. Siena, famous for being the birthplace of the 14th century mystic Caterina Benincasa, or Saint Catherine of Siena, is also one of a dozen or so places where one can, to this day, see a continuous Eucharistic miracle. To learn more about the life, mystical gifts, visions and miracles of St. Catherine of Siena, as well as her role in bringing to end the Great Western Schism, have a look at this wonderful article: catholicism.
Home-Sanctuary of St. The Benincasa family home, where Catherine one of 25 children was born and raised, was converted into a sanctuary not long after her death. Part of the sanctuary is the church of the Sacred Crucifix, built in the 16th century in the place of the former garden to house the miraculous crucifix from which St. Catherine received the stigmata in Various rooms of the original Benincasa house have been converted into small oratories.
The Basilica of St. Dominic is an imposing Dominican Order church dating back to the 13 th century. Catherine herself was a Dominican tertiary. The basilica houses her relics — most notably her incorrupt head and right thumb, as well as artworks depicting her life. Crucifix of the stigmata Casa Santuario di S. Catherine died in Rome in , at the age of Eucharistic miracle of Siena Basilica di S.
Francesco, Siena. Siena is also home to a Eucharistic miracle which is one of the longest ongoing miracles in the world. On August 14, , thieves broke into the Church of St. Francis and stole a ciborium containing consecrated hosts.
The bishop asked for prayers and reparations as civil authorities searched for the missing ciborium and hosts. On August 17, a parishioner in the Church of St. Mary noticed a bright light coming from a collection box. When the box was opened a large number of hosts was discovered covered by dust and cobwebs. Counted and examined, these were determined to be the same hosts whole hosts and 6 halves that were stolen.
On August 18, the archbishop of Siena, in a magnificent procession, carried the hosts placed in a ciborium back to the Church of St.
A huge crowd of people from all walks of life and social classes followed the archbishop and the clergy of Siena along streets which had been decorated for the joyous occasion. Normally the priests would have consumed these hosts but since the dust and dirt could not be entirely removed from them it was decided to let them decompose naturally, something that should have taken a few weeks. But the hosts did not decompose.
They have remained as fresh and as pleasant smelling as on the day they were first baked. Over the years various examinations and tests have been performed that authenticate this miracle. The first official investigation took place in Further investigations by special commissions were done in , and During the examination the archbishop had several unconsecrated hosts placed in a sealed box which was then kept under lock in the chancery office. When it was opened, several years later, the hosts were found disfigured and extremely deteriorated.
The most significant investigation took place in by a special commission composed of various Italian scientists and professors, as well as several theologians and Church officials. An acid and starch test was performed, and particles of the hosts were again tasted. It was determined that he hosts had been made of roughly sifted wheat flour and that they were perfectly preserved. The commission agreed that unleavened bread, prepared and kept under ordinary conditions as was the case with these hosts could not have remained intact for such a long time, and that no natural explanation could be found to explain the remarkable preservation of bread since In cardinal Tacci, accompanied by the archbishop of Siena and four bishops, again examined the miraculous hosts.
As in all previous examinations, they were found to be perfectly preserved and fresh tasting. Yet another investigation took place in when the hosts were transferred to a more elaborate container.
By this time there were hosts, the others having been distributed in communion on a few occasions and used in tasting during the various examinations. On August 5, , another sacrilegious theft took place in the Church of St.
Francis involving the miraculous hosts. This time, however, the thief took only the precious container, leaving the hosts on the altar. The archbishop then placed the hosts in a silver ciborium, and sealed it. The following year the archbishop, in the presence of a number of witnesses, took the hosts out of the ciborium, counted and examined them, and had them photographed.
They were then transferred into an elaborate monstrance specially constructed for this purpose. The most recent examination of the sacred hosts was carried out in It included surface investigation under digital microscope, determination of the nucleotide adenosine triphosphate ATP , culture tests, etc.
It confirmed the hosts remain unchanged and free from any abnormalities or decay, contrary to the laws of nature. The miraculous hosts are preserved to this day in the church now Basilica of Saint Francis. They are publicly displayed several times a year, including on the 17th day of each month which was the day of the month that they were discovered by the parishioner.
On the Feast of Corpus Christi the hosts are taken in procession through the streets of Siena. While in Siena, make sure to also visit the beautiful cathedral Duomo. For a handy list — with contacts, opening hours and main attractions — of all the churches and sanctuaries in Siena, see the link here.
Life of Saint Catherine of Siena Bl. Raymond of Capua — pdf, text, epub, kindle format. Saint Catherine of Siena A.
Masseron — pdf, text, epub, kindle format. Catherine of Siena and Her Times M. Roberts — pdf, text, epub, kindle format. The History of St. Catherine of Siena A. Drane — volume I , volume II. The Dialogue of St. Catherine of Siena — pdf, text, epub, kindle format; or audiobook here. Maria sopra Minerva, Rome. Letters of St. Catherine of Siena — pdf, text, epub, kindle format. The Eucharistic Miracles around the World with photos — pdf. Ancient Miracles of the Blessed Sacrament — audio.
Due to the length of the ever growing book list it became necessary to split it in two. If you are searching for a precise phrase e. Then go to either of the book pages and scroll down through the text to see the highlighted phrases. All matches will be brought up and highlighted. Map of Life Frank Sheed — pdf, text, epub, kindle format. Hill — pdf, text, kindle format; or pdf here.
Walshe — pdf, text, kindle format; or also here. The Spirit of Catholicism Karl Adam — read online. Catholicism George Brantl — pdf. The Faith of Millions Fr. John A. What Faith Really Means Fr.
Graham — pdf, text, epub, kindle format. Challoner — pdf, epub, kindle. Jones — vol. I , vol. II , vol. III , vol. IV , vol. Berington, Fr. The Belief of Catholics Fr. Ronald Knox — read online. Catholic Belief Fr. Faa di Bruno — pdf, text, epub, kindle format. What is a Catholic? Sutton — pdf, text, epub, kindle format.
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It is easily accessible by bus and train from Florence as well as Rome and other Italian cities. Siena, famous for being the birthplace of the 14th century mystic Caterina Benincasa, or Saint Catherine of Siena, is also one of a dozen or so places where one can, to this day, see a continuous Eucharistic miracle. To learn more about the life, mystical gifts, visions and miracles of St. Catherine of Siena, as well as her role in bringing to end the Great Western Schism, have a look at this wonderful article: catholicism. Home-Sanctuary of St. The Benincasa family home, where Catherine one of 25 children was born and raised, was converted into a sanctuary not long after her death. Part of the sanctuary is the church of the Sacred Crucifix, built in the 16th century in the place of the former garden to house the miraculous crucifix from which St.
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