1348 - A priest slipped while crossing a small river and dropped the ciborium containing 3 consecrated Hosts. A short distance away fishermen called him to see 3 fishes almost completely out of the water, holding the Hosts in their mouths. The fish placed the Hosts, one by one, in the chalice the priest was holding.
1568 - a man stole a silver box containing 3 consecrated Hosts and immediately consumed them. A statue of the Child Jesus pointed to his house, and the box with the Hosts was found in his stable under a pile of wood.
1239 - in a Mass celebrated before a battle, a sudden enemy attack obliged the priest to suspend the Mass and hide 6 consecrated Hosts amid the linens and under a rock. The Hosts were later found completely covered with Blood. They were consumed, but then started an argument about the custodial place for the stained corporal. It was decided by a mule that wandered for 12 days until stopping exhausted in Daroca.
1572 - mercenaries plundered a church in the Gorkum-Holland and trampled a consecrated Host with a spiked boot. Blood began to drip from the 3 holes. The relic is kept in El Escorial(Spain). Obs: In the book you'll find it under Netherlands
1420 - during the Consecration of the Mass, a doubting priest saw a dense cloud come down above the altar. Asking for his doubts to be removed, the priest saw the cloud be replaced by a vision of the Host suspended above the chalice. Drops of Blood were falling into the chalice, which overflowed, staining the corporal and pall.
1392 - a priest was uncertain about the validity of his ordination because he had been ordained by the anti-pope. On Christmas Day, and for 3 consecutive days, Baby Jesus was seen in the Host by a child attending the Mass. The priests doubts were answered.
1824 - doubting priest is celebrating Mass during a miserable winter day. He thought no one would show up, but a farmer did. The Host changed into Flesh and the wine into Blood that gushed out of the chalice, staining the corporal... and the head of the wooden statue of Our Lady bowed in adoration.
1533 - a man stole the tabernacle aiming to sell the precious silver ciborium inside. He threw the tabernacle with the consecrated Hosts into some bushes. Flashes of light were seen during the night, and during the day strange doves hovered over the spot.
1251 - here an expressive set of statues depicts the deposition of Jesus. In the crucifix, the head of Jesus has a little depression, sealed with a small silver plaque, that contains a consecrated Host that remained intact since 1251.
in the gothic chapel of the “Santo Caliz” (“Holy Chalice”) in the city’s cathedral, a miraculous chalice, identified by tradition as the Holy Grail, is kept and shown for the veneration of the faithful. The Holy Grail is the chalice used by Jesus at His Last Supper, but is also identified as the cup in which Joseph of Arimathea collected the Blood of Jesus at the foot of the Cross.