In the 8th century A.D., in the little church of St. Legonthian, a Basilican monk was having doubts about the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. During Mass, after the two-fold consecration, the Host was changed into live Flesh, and the Wine was changed into live Blood. The Host -Flesh can still be seen today. It is light brown, and appears rose - colored when lighted from the back. The Blood is coagulated, and has an earthy color resembling the yellow of ochre. Scientific investigations have been taken place since 1574. These are some of the conclusions:
* The Flesh is real Flesh.
* The Blood is real Blood.
*The Flesh consists of the muscular tissue of the heart.
* The Flesh and Blood have in them AB type blood, the same blood type found in the Holy Shroud of Turin.