Knew it all along: Eucharistic miracle reported in Michigan.

Out of the mouths of babes; also, into their eyes.

At least, that was the case, it seems, last February 4 at St. John the Evangelist School in Jackson, Michigan.

That was a First Friday, and as per custom, the children — from pre-kindergarten to sixth grade — file into the chapel of the middle school for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.

It was right off the bat that the children, in the first class, began expressing to staff that they “saw” Jesus in the Host.

“This was relayed to the principal, Mrs. Kathy Tarnacki, and her response was, ‘Oh, that’s nice,'” recounts Sister Margaret Mary Schissler in the Voice of Providence, which is the publication of the Servants of Charity. “When it came time for the principal to make a visit to the Blessed Sacrament, she entered the chapel, gave Jesus her reverence, and as she looked up at the monstrance her breath was taken away; she was shocked! The principal actually saw what her children were referring to, an image that resembled a pencil sketch of the face and Hair of Jesus.”

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Submitted by Alice H.

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