Virgin Mary Statue Spotted 'Crying'

A small church in New Mexico has been inundated with visitors after a  statue of the Virgin Mary was seen weeping at the site. According to  local media coverage,  the eerie enigma at the Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in the  town of Hobbs was first noticed by a wife and husband attending Sunday  service earlier this month. Initially thinking that the 'tears' were  simply a reflection of the light, they were amazed when, upon getting  closer to the statue, that they, indeed, some kind of moisture that was  coming from the eyes of the piece.

Word soon spread among the excited congregation and ultimately reached  the church's pastor, Father Pepe, who was mystified by what perceive to  be a miraculous occurrence. Intriguingly, he says that the tears do not  seem to be watery and are, instead, an oily substance which he described  as smelling like roses. Pepe preserved some of the tears with a cloth  and the Catholic Church plans to investigate the matter to see if they  can determine if there is a some explanation, beyond divine  intervention, for the odd event. 

More on this story at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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