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“The picture above is of my home in Fort Valley, Virginia, and the light is coming from my (private) chapel where the Blessed Sacrament is reserved. There is no light in the window and there is no sun out on the day of the picture.” (It was a cloudy day.) _ Fr. Robert Lange

In May 2007, Bishop Paul Loverde of the Arlington Diocese of Northern Virginia gave Rev. Robert Lange permission to reserve the Blessed Sacrament in his chapel on the second floor of his home. The Eucharist had been reserved in the chapel less than a week when this picture was taken from the front porch of a neighbor’s home.

When the neighbor aimed her camera and tried to focus, she said the light coming from Fr. Robert Lange’s house was so bright that it was difficult to look into the camera. (It was a cloudy day and there was no light on in the chapel.) She took the picture and the image -- the Star of David -- is what came out on her digital camera. Not being Catholic, the neighbor had no understanding of the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist.

“My opinion is that Our Lord wanted to give us a beautiful reminder of His True Presence in the Holy Eucharist -- Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity! It is a reminder that He is with us always, that we are never alone, that He is the Son of God and the Son of Man. It is a vivid reminder that He truly suffered and died on the Cross and that He Is Present in this world -- until His Second Coming -- in this Most Special manner -- the Eucharist.
Just as the Star appeared over the stable in Bethlehem when the Christ Child was born, so the Star of David has appeared through the window of my chapel on St. David’s Church Road, Fort Valley, Virginia, to remind us of His Care, Love, Protection, and Presence in our lives today and always.”
_ Fr. Robert Lange (December 2007)
Source: Spirit Daily