Naples, France: Without any changes to the miraculous happenings in Naples, the blood of St. Januarius liquefies yet again on the feast day of the saint. Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe confirmed the news of the miracle that stumped medical science, not once but multiple times in the past. The news was confirmed at 10 in the morning. Since 1389 the phenomenon is observed without any medical explanation. Until today, the researches are undergoing to learn more about the miracle.
The miracle is being witnessed on various occasions regularly like the feast day St. Januarius i.e, 19th of September; the Saturday before the first Sunday in May and on December 16th.
The saint was persecuted and beheaded during the reign of Diocletian. In that era, it was a woman named Usebia, who collected and preserved the blood of the saint in a bottle. The Blood that turned solid liquefies on the aforementioned dates beyond all medical explanations.