Is this the Holy Spirit?

A viral video surfaced showing what appears to be an incense halo above Pope Francis’ head at the May 23, 2021 Pentecost Mass.

As the pope distributes incense during the Preparation of the Gifts, a halo of smoke appears above his head. The halo then breaks in two and flows down upon his face after a few seconds.

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The video uploaded on June 6 generated more than 450,000 views as of this writing.

Here’s the viral video surfacing on YouTube:

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Many YouTube users commented saying they believe this is a manifestation of the Holy Spirit.

Here’s what some users said:

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Alondra Decas, YouTube

This user said, “It looks like the Holy Spirit touches his forehead then they split in two and one half enters the Pope through his crown and the other half enters the Pope through his nose and Heart,” the user said.


Leonor cup, YouTube

Another user said, “As I know, the halo of the Holy Spirit on the Pope.”


Maria Guadalupe Mora Sanchez, YouTube

This user added, “Holy Spirit source of light illuminating, let us pray for Pope Francis and for all our priests and religious.”


Denise Rios, YouTube

Another user said, “My God is so beautiful as the presence of the Holy Spirit is manifested, my Great and Wonderful God”


Rosa Ortiz, YouTube

This user also commented,” What a beautiful miracle, and [the] power that our Lord gives Pope Francis to rest on him. A true miracle of the Holy Spirit. Heavenly Father protect us [and] our Holy Father Francis. Amen.”

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