Thursday, February 23, 2012

Julia Kim and the Eucharist Miracle of Naju

The so-called Eucharistic miracle of Naju. The first Eucharistic miracle through Julia Kim occurred during the Mass celebrated by Fr. Jerry Orbos in the Naju Parish Church. At first, capillary vessels appeared from the edge of the Sacred Host. Then, the whole Sacred Host turned into flesh and blood.  

Julia Kim was born in 1947 in Naju, a city of about 80,000 near the South-western tip of the Korean peninsula. She married Julio Kim in 1972, a civic employee of the city of Naju. The Kims had embraced the Christian faith in one of the Protestant churches. Early in her married life, Julia fell victim to various serious illnesses including cancer. Her life became an existence of extreme pain and suffering. Julia was near death when the Kims were visited by a Catholic priest . As the priest prayed over Julia, she received an anointing of the Holy Spirit and was healed completely. The Kims began taking instructions in the Catholic faith, and were received on Easter Sunday, 1982. She and her husband both became zealous and active Catholics. 

 On July 18, 1985,  she received her first message.  On February 4, 1988, Julia received the stigmata.  Julia experienced the first Eucharistic miracle on June 5, 1988.

On Sept. 22, 1995, The Sacred Host Julia received turned into visible, alive, and moving Flesh and Blood in the shape of a heart. - LINK

The Sacred Host turned into visible Flesh and Blood in Julia's mouth in the Church
of St. Francis in Lanciano, Italy - LINK

On April 6, 2007, Good Friday, at about 3 p.m., as the pilgrims were
beginning the Stations of the Cross on the Blessed Mother' Mountain
in Naju, Julia began suffering the pains of the crown of thorns and
bleeding from the top of her forehead

Info from here

1 comment:

  1. Most stories I've heard of this just makes me see the lack of compassion for her when people think it is religious. This woman suffers and all can be said is that it is good for her or a revelation just because of the "divinity" surrounding it. In any other circumstances everyone would really feel sorry for her and think what is happening is awful just as the less zealous and irreligious see this.