The Eucharist and Garabandal 

For all those who already know the story of Garabandal, they know that it directly relates to two key points: the Eucharist and the Priesthood.

In the first message, Our Lady often insisted on "devotion to the Blessed Sacrament and the need to pray for Priests." 

It is known that many were the Priests who went up to Garabandal in those times, some of them came more unnoticed, that is, without a priestly cassock, however Our Lady instructed the visionary girls about all the Priests who were arriving in the village. On the other hand, the Angel devoted a large part of his time, teaching the girls about how to prepare to receive communion, the whole ritual, including prayers, gestures, were taught by the Angel. Right after this first phase, and once prepared, the Angel gave communion to the four visionary girls several times. This happened whenever the parish priest was absent from his parish. Later, on July 18, 1962, a miracle occurred in Garabandal, so that everyone present in Garabandal could see and believe. The miracle was called the miracle of the host, because a consecrated host appeared in the language of Conchita and this was seen by everyone present. Another fact is what happened to Father Andreu. The night before his death, Father Andreu, a Priest who returned to Garabandal for the third time, saw, together with the visionary girls, Our Lady and the future miracle that will take place in the "pins" in the near future.

I am writing all this to tell you that Garabandal resides in the essential, that is, in the Eucharist. 

One of the Priests we had the grace to meet in Garabandal was Padre Justo, a missionary and one of Conchita's confidant Priests. Its mission is linked to the devotion of the Blessed Sacrament, and at this moment, it is one of the main precursors of the implementation of perpetual Adoration (Adore the Blessed Sacrament at the Altar, 24 hours a day) in Spain. Father Justo visits the village of Garabandal several times and a large part of his time dedicates it to the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the Church of Garabandal.