Miraculous Phenomenon? Virgin Mary Statue in Morelia ‘Cries Tears of Blood’

In a small family-owned church in Morelia, Michoacan, a statue of the Virgin Mary has reportedly begun crying tears of blood, sparking claims of a miracle. The statue, depicting Our Lady of Guadalupe—a revered apparition of Mary dating back to the 1500s—started weeping on June 2nd, drawing significant attention from the local community and beyond.

The remarkable event has led to crowds of people visiting the church, eager to witness the phenomenon. One local resident shared their profound experience, saying, “I felt a sensation that I haven’t felt before, like a joy but also a real sadness because she is telling us, what will happen only she knows, it is a miracle and hopefully it is a miracle that is good for everyone.”

In response to the fervor surrounding the event, church officials have initiated an investigation to understand the nature of the occurrence. The Archdiocese of Morelia emphasized the importance of caution, stating, “It is necessary to highlight the need for caution when approaching an issue as delicate as that of an alleged miracle.”

The Archdiocese is committed to a thorough examination, noting, “[We are] taking the necessary measures to investigate the situation in a deep and exhaustive manner. Therefore, it is too early to issue a definitive position on the matter.”

An official team will be appointed to conduct a detailed study of the case. The church has assured the public that any significant findings or conclusions will be shared as soon as they become available.

Source: Irish Mirror