This Monday, September 19, the faithful have witnessed a new miracle in the Cathedral of Naples (Italy)where the liquefaction of the blood of San Genaro has repeated itself.
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– Chiesa di Napoli (@Chiesadinapoli) September 19, 2022
“The sign of the blood, once again”were the words with which the Archbishop of Naples, Bishop Domenico Battaglia, announced to the faithful gathered in the cathedral that the blood of San Gennaro had been liquefied.
It is a tradition that every September 19 and on two other occasions of the year, the miracle of the liquefaction of San Gennaro’s blood takes place, which is kept solid in a reliquary for the rest of the year.
It is an extraordinary event that is considered a prodigy and has occurred since 1389.
The Archbishop of Naples, Mons. Domenico Battaglia, presided over the Eucharist in the Cathedral at 10:00 am (local time), shortly before Mass. transferred the reliquary with the blood of San Gennaro from the treasure chapel to the main altar of the Cathedral where it remained throughout the Eucharistic celebration.
Tags: Miracle, San Gennaro, Archdiocese of Naples, liquefaction
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