It’s a Miracle: Weeping Virgin Mary Statue In California Draw Crowds


For almost two years, a statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary has been drawing crowds of people in Fresno, California for its inexplicable weeping reports ABC News.

The home of Maria Cardenas of Fresno has opened to anyone who wants to see the statue. The Virgin Mary’s right eye has watered since the murder of her cousin, Jessie Lopez.

“We’ve had priests come from all over to look at her, and all they say is that it’s a miracle. We’re not hiding her, but at the same time we don’t want anything to happen to her,” the statue’s caretaker said.

The press and people from various places have been going to see for themselves this phenomenon

Reporter Joe Ybarra confirmed the phenomenon after speaking with Mrs. Cardenas and one of her visitors.
“You can see one [tear] building up there right underneath the chin,” Ybarra said during a live broadcast. “The people who live here say the door is open to anyone. They just don’t want to give their address out. If you do get an invitation, then you’re welcome to come inside.”

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