Kankakee County Welcomes Vatican Eucharistic Miracles Exhibit at St. John Paul II Parish


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Kankakee County, IL – St. John Paul II Catholic Parish in Kankakee County is set to host the Vatican International Exhibition of The Eucharistic Miracles of the World, a significant event in the Catholic Church. 

This exhibition showcases a collection of well-documented Eucharistic miracles, recognized by the Catholic Church, that affirm the belief in Christ’s presence in the Holy Eucharist. Created by the recently beatified Carlo Acutis, a 15-year-old from Milan, Italy, the exhibit offers a profound experience for the faithful.

The exhibition will be open to the public at the Settles Center of St. John Paul II Parish from February 17th to 21st. Visitors can explore the exhibit during various time slots: February 17th from 5-8pm, February 18th from 9am-6:30pm, February 19th from 12-5pm, February 20th from 5-8pm, and February 21st from 12:30-8pm. 

This event is particularly timely during the Year of the Eucharist, inviting the community to deepen their faith and understanding of these miraculous occurrences.


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