Eucharistic Miracles

Eucharistic miracles are extraordinary events, where the Eucharist no longer appears under the form of bread and wine, but takes on the biological qualities of human flesh or blood or both.

These miracles have no scientific explanation but can be scientifically verified, and help us go beyond the visible and perceptible to the existence of something beyond, or even supernatural.


Carlo Acutis (1991-2006). Photo: Loubianka/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0
Carlo Acutis (1991-2006). Photo: Loubianka/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0

Carlo Acutis and the Eucharistic Miracles of the World

Carlo Acutis was a teenager from Italy who had a great love for Jesus and a deep devotion to the Eucharist, which he called “my highway to heaven.”

Before his death to leukaemia in 2006 at the age of 15, Carlo documented all the verified Eucharistic miracles from around the world and catalogued them onto a website that he himself called Eucharistic Miracles of the World.

“To always be close to Jesus, that’s my life plan.”

There are over 100 Eucharistic Miracles recorded on Carlo’s website, categorised according to country.

The earliest of these dates back to the 8th century AD, and the most recent having taken place in Sokółka, Poland in 2008.

For each of the Miracles listed, a PDF providing information and images is available for download here.

Information regarding some of the more prominent Eucharistic Miracle can be found by following this link to the ChurchPOP website.