Wow a Catholic Priest Announces a Possible Eucharistic Miracle and the Archdiocese of Hartford Starts an Investigation - VIDEO

The Archdiocese of Hartford starts to investigate a possibility of a Eucharistic miracle at Saint Thomas Church in Thomaston, Connecticut. Father Joseph Crowley said there in a multiplication of the consecrated Hosts. “What happened is our lord multiplied himself,” Crowley said. One of the Eucharistic ministers was distributing Communion, when they ran out of the Hosts; when suddenly the number of hosts that minister had actually increased. “We really do celebrate the life, death, resurrection of Jesus Christ and the alter, that the Eucharist really is the body soul and divinity of Jesus Christ and that all things are possible with God,” said Fr. Crowley. 
( In this 1st video the priest announces the possible miracle - in the second video he explains more about what occurred)  
By the time communion was over, Fr. Crowley said there seemed to be either as many or possibly even more hosts in the ciborium than there were when he had first handed it to the minister. 
Eucharistic miracles have been recorded throughout history. 
. “This was one of those moments where God showed up in a very powerful, powerful way here. Pretty cool,” Fr. Crowley said. The Archdiocese of Hartford is now looking into this possible miracle. 
"Christ is made present through transubstantiation....this is one of those moments where God showed up in a very powerful way," said Fr. Joseph.
The Magis Centre reports that there have been 4 approved Eucharistic miracles in the 21st century and over 150 overall. Below are four stories of approved and recent Eucharistic miracles:
1. Legnica: A Bleeding Host in Poland, 2013, a consecrated host fell on the floor. The host was put into a container with water so that it would dissolve. Instead, it formed red stains. In Feb. 2014, the host was examined by various research institute: “In the histopathological image, the fragments were found containing the fragmented parts of the cross-striated muscle. It is most similar to the heart muscle.”
 2. Tixtla: Eucharistic Miracle in Mexico, 2006 The Host that a nun held had begun to effuse a reddish substance. “The reddish substance analyzed corresponds to blood in which there are hemoglobin and DNA of human origin… The blood type is AB, similar to the one found in the Host of Lanciano and in the Holy Shroud of Turin.” 
3. A Eucharistic Miracle at Chirattakonam, India, 2001, where the face of Jesus appeared on the host.
4.. The Eucharistic Miracle in Sokolka, Poland, 2008, a priest accidentally dropped a host while distributing Communion. The Host was then put in a small container of water.  After a week, Sister Julia checked on the host. When she opened the safe, she smelled something like unleavened bread and the host had a red blood stain on it.