1228 - A woman hid a consecrated Host in a cloth. Three days later she found that the Host turned into bleeding Flesh
1535 - The Host bled when the priest broke It. He invited the people to the altar to witness the miracle. Some heretical soldiers converted after seeing the miracle. 1718 - after consecration the priest noted that the Host was divided in two parts and that the broken edges of the two parts were stained with Blood. The corporal and the chalice's base and cup also had drops of Blood on them
1264 - at the words of consecration, Blood started to seep from the consecrated Host and trickle over the priest's hands and onto the altar. Inspected by Pope Urban IV and by St. Thomas Aquinas. This convinced the Pope to extend the Feast of Corpus Christi to the universal Church.
1630 - Torrential rains caused the river to flood and the village was in danger of destruction. The priest asked the people to pray and vowed that the town would always celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi. After blessing the raging water with the monstrance, the rains stopped at once and the flood water immediately returned to their normal level.
1330 - the priest visiting a gravely ill peasant, irreverently took a host in a prayer book . When opening the book he saw that the Host had been transformed into a clot of Blood which had stained the pages. A man's face can be seen on both pages.
1656 - The plague was killing by the thousands when, by divine inspiration, Fr. Paolo Franco led the people in a procession of reparation up to the summit of Mt. Castello. At the top of the mountain the priest blessed the city with the Blessed Sacrament and the plague miraculously ceased.
1230 - several drops of Blood were left in the chalice. The next day the priest found drops of living Blood, coagulated and turned into flesh 1595 - On Good Friday a lit candle fell and started a fire. Six Hosts that fell onto the burning carpet were found next day, intact and joined together
1356 - During Mass a priest was struck with strong doubts about the reality of transubstantiation, and when he broke the large Host, he saw Blood dripping from the Host and falling onto the corporal and chalice.
1604 - As soon as two men in mortal sin received Communion, they spat them out, explaining later that the Hosts had become as hot as burning embers. Fr. Salvatore went to pick up the hosts and saw that imprints remained in the stone as if carved there.
1273 - In the town of Lanciano a woman took a consecrated Host home. It turned into living Flesh. She buried the bloodied Host in the stable, wrapped in a linen tablecloth. The donkey would genuflect toward the place every time he entere.
1227 - A heretic challenged St. Anthony to demonstrate the truth of the Real Presence in public. A starving mule rejected food from its owner and docilely approached St.Anthony, who was holding a Host. The mule bent its front legs and paused reverently.
An invading soldier stole the monstrance with a consecrated Host. In Turin's main square his mule fell, the bag opened and the monstrance rose into the air over the surrounding houses. Later the monstrance fell to the ground and the Host kept suspended in the air, shining as the sun. The Host came down slowly into a chalice the Bishop was holding.
1472 - A soldier stole a ciborium with numerous consecrated Hosts and in fury threw it against one of the church's outer walls. The luminous Hosts rose into the air and remained suspended for a long time.