I have read several stories about Eucharistic miracles and it seems the mass is always interrupted on such event. Is it a standard procedure (as for 4th June 2018) or is it up to the priest?

More broadly: what is the standard procedure in case an supposed (not confirmed yet) Eucharistic miracle happens during a mass?

The question differs from In a Eucharistic miracle, do the communicants still partake of the sacrament? as there are often many Hosts left with Christ presence not affected and the postulated duplicate is specifically about partaking of the affected Hosts.

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  • @AndrewLeach please see the edit – abukaj Jun 4 '18 at 16:06
  • If you're going to edit your question, please make it complete; don't chop it up with "{Edit}" flags. The previous history is always available. If there are "many kinds of eucharistic miracle", then there are many answers and this question is too broad: you will need to qualify what kind of miracle you're talking about — generally a "eucharistic miracle" is that the accidents are changed. – Andrew Leach Jun 4 '18 at 16:09
  • Well, I can't change my close vote. I still reckon this is a duplicate, but if it's not then it's too broad. I'm certainly not going to withdraw that vote. – Andrew Leach Jun 4 '18 at 16:12
  • @AndrewLeach I have narrowed the scope of the question. I guess you are probably right as all cases mentioning the interruption explicitly I remember were about accidents change. – abukaj Jun 4 '18 at 16:19

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