1194 - a woman took home a Host and hid It in a cupboard. After 5 years she confessed. The recovered Host appeared divided in 2 parts connected by thin threads of bleeding Flesh. Easter Sunday the Host began to grow, until the Feast of St.John the Baptist. Other incidents beside the Eucharistic miracle happened: the Child Jesus appeared, the church's crucifix bled and Jesus appeared blessing the assembly.
1125- Farmer stole Host and brought to his farm. The Host accidentally fell to the ground, but no one could pick It up. The Bishop of Regensburg was able to pick It up after promising the Lord to build a church there.
1417 - Holy Thursday: a peasant stole a consecrated Host, which along the way slipped from his hand, flew up into the air and disappeared. The Bishop came and found it resting on a clump of dirt, emitting a bright light.
1280 - A shepherd unable to swallow the Host due to an illness, threw It against a tree in his garden. The search for the Host was fruitless. A few years later the tree was cut down and a perfectly-carved crucifix fell out.
1055 - The Most Precious Blood relic was given to Emperor Henry III. A parade with nearly 3,000 horses is organized every year in honor of the relic. (other relics in this story: nails, spear, True Cross)
1383 - The village was sacked, robbed and set afire, but among the ruins of the parish church were found 3 perfectly intact Hosts from which Blood flowed. Numerous miracles began to happen after they were found.