I don't really see how a video can be an argument for validity... Every religion out there can produce "miracles" and "signs" that their religion is the true one... And for what purpose, I don't know. We don't care what the Vatican says about our Holy Mysteries. Why do they care so much about what we have to say about their sacraments?
If the Orthodox Church says your sacraments are not valid, then that is the way it is.
I feel like this thread was just created to create an argument against Orthodoxy and for Catholicism...
Why do they care so much about what we have to say about their sacraments?
Because many of You go out there saying that they are fake, then someone has to heal the offence, and as I am unable to do that healing, and no priest is able to do it, because it comes to be a matter of what you believe and what we believe, then, We come to the point where the only one who shows the truth is Our Lord, acting directly by miracles.
Now, I also read that some guys here come with the idea that miracles are not valid, as they can be created by any religion. My answer would be that, such idea can be right if we were talking of the invocation of a false god to perform such an act. This is not the case here, where We the Catholic Church, are praying to God to perform the Transformation of our presents into the body and blood of our Lord by his Holy Spirit, as we were taught by the Saints Apostles Peter and Paul. Then the principle of insufficiency of miracles to prove the true comes to be invalid, due to the fact that this miracle is attributed to the true God whom we pray.
Now, if the bread in the video, once the epiclesis has taken place, jumps, we catholics see this as a sign came from our Lord that induces us to believe stronger in the Holiness of the Eucharist of the true Church of Christ, the Catholic Church.
You haven’t read at all, that I ever attempted to disqualify the sacrament of Orthodoxy, have you? But for sure, if I can show you a miracle either you trust it or not, that proves that God is present in Catholic Church Eucharist, I will do it as I did, that way I will be released of any responsibility of not showing you the true. And from now and hence forth you will not be able to say that you didn’t know it, or that no one spoke of this to you.