Future pope once called host-turned-to-blood a ‘mark of the Lord’
Pope Francis is a throw back not just to the 1970's in terms of his confused progressive theology about the Church and his derogatory comments about tradition which harkens to the 1960's denigration of people who were considered "pre-Vatican II" a sort of "N" word about them, but also back to the 1950's in terms of his love of devotions in general, talk of the devil and supernatural appearances of our Blessed Mother.
And now we see that Pope Francis was a promoter of a "Eucharistic Sign" or better yet, Miracle. This story is nothing short of absolutely stunning. This is an excerpt from an article in this morning's Crux, which you can read in full HERE:
As the parish’s fame for such happenings grew, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the Archbishop of Buenos Aires at the time - who today is Pope Francis - asked for tests. A local doctor named Ricardo Catañón took a sample from what had become known by then as the “1992 Sign” and sent it to a lab in San Francisco.