Bread Transformed into Heart Tissue

Padre Alejandro Pezet

Padre Alejandro Pezet

…he who eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, I will raise him up at the last day. For my flesh is food indeed, and my blood is drink indeed. He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood abides in me and I in him.” (John 6:54-56)

Argentine Host transformed (26 August 1996)

Argentine Host transformed

(26 August 1996)

(26 August 1996)




Argentine Host continues to transform (6 September 1996).



Dr. Castanon views transformed Argentine Host before taking sample for testing (5 October 1999).

Much more information is available!




PART 1 – In 1996, in Buenos Aires a piece of bread spontaneously transformed into what looked like flesh and blood.

Pope Francis wanted it to be scientifically investigated.

So they did exactly that!

This documentary is a result of 16 years of work in the case.

What it reveals will astonish the world.


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The Following is from the book, “Reason to Believe”

The scientist studying the specimen in this case was Dr. Frederick Zugibe, a New York heart specialist and forensic pathologist. He was not told about the origin of the specimen on the microscopic slide. Looking up from a microscope he explained what he was seeing. “This looks to be of human origin. It is flesh and I can see white blood cells. It is definitely heart tissue from the left ventricle wall…” He was asked, “What is the ventricle wall?” The Doctor Zugibe said, “It’s the part of the heart muscle that makes the heart beat. The left ventricle pumps blood to all parts of the body.”

The heart tissue revealed a recent history of trauma and an immune response to that trauma in the form of white blood cells. These were intact and had nuclei. The white blood cells were living at the time the sample was taken. The survival of the white blood cells and the preservation of the tissue after having been placed in water for over three years is scientifically inexplicable.

If the evidence of witnesses and the results of the scientific investigation are accepted, what appears to have happened is that life has emerged from an inanimate piece of bread. Living cells, each one as formidably complex as contemporary biology teaches, have come from matter which is not alive. Life has come from non-life.”

How or why a Consecrated Communion Host could change its character and become living human flesh and blood is outside the ability of science to answer.

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PART 2 – In Argentina, Poland and Italy a piece of bread transforms to flesh.

Scientific examinations reveal the same flesh in each case and with astonishing similarities.

Do such things really happen and if so is there an explanation?

The search for meaning.


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In Buenos Aires in 1999, Pope Francis, then known as Archbishop Jorge Bergoglio, sought a scientific investigation into something very unusual.

A Communion Host appeared to have inexplicably changed to what looked like flesh and Ron Tesoriero, an Australian lawyer and documentary film producer was central to that investigation. His commitment to fulfill the request involved forensic laboratories, scientists and universities from every continent of the globe. It took Ron nearly fifteen years of unrelenting effort to reach the point where his new and extraordinary reflections on the implications of the scientific findings could be presented publicly.

First published in “Reason to Believe” in 2007, and then presented to Pope Benedict XVI and geneticist Dr. Francis Collins, Director of the Human Genome Project in 2009, the startling scientific evidence inspired Ron, and co-author Lee Han, to follow where the evidence led. And where it led is remarkable.

This new book, “UNSEEN – New Evidence” presents not only a convincing basis for the belief in the Real Presence in the Eucharist but is the most serious scientific challenge yet to contemporary thinking on the origin of life in the universe. Could this challenge lead to Darwin’s theory of the evolution of man being overturned???

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