Presentation on theme: "At Tabor Bhavan, Raite Village, Thane District, Maharashtra, India. From 27 August 2007 to 30 August 2007."— Presentation transcript:
At Tabor Bhavan, Raite Village, Thane District, Maharashtra, India. From 27 August 2007 to 30 August 2007
Drops of Blood which fell on the consecrated host during the epiclesis on Monday 27 th August 2007.
Many Drops of Blood and water fell on the altar cloth.
More Pictures of Blood on the Altar cloth
Pictures taken from a different angle
Yet another angle
Close up Photograph
Not so Close shot
Close up of another part of the cloth.
A further close up shot
Drops of blood which fell on the open page of the Missal (the book used by the priest during Mass)
Yet another drop which fell on the Missal.
Some more small drops on the Missal
There are many small drops like these on the floor of the stage. These have not yet been wiped off whilst some of these have been covered.
The largest Drop which splashed below the chair of a choir member.
A drop of blood also fell on the Keyboards used by the choir.
During the Eucharist on Wednesday 29 th August 2007 celebrated by Fr Joshi, Director of Tabor Ashram, at the time of the consecration a portion of the consecrated host was filled with blood when the consecrated host was elevated by him. The retreatants and the choir members saw this as well. This is the picture of that portion of the consecrated host which has been preserved and kept at Tabor Bhavan.
Some retreatants who had come from Delhi spotted these blood marks at Tabor Ashram on Thursday 30 August The site was swept clean just minutes before the drops fell in the presence of these retreatants. Seen here are Blood drops that were mopped for fear that people may trample upon them.