This post is full of videos of weeping statues. Some cry tears that have a fragrance with them–roses or other flowers. Others cry oil or even blood. While some might say this is demonic in some way as many of the statues that have miracle-tears are of Mary, Jesus’ mother, I suggest another perspective. Those who have statues of Mary do so because they venerate her in a place of honor as Jesus’ mother, and she is an integral part of their prayer life and relationship with God. While Virgin Mary doesn’t play a role in my own prayers, God is kind and good and chooses to visit people in ways that speak to them, not in ways that always might speak to me. As we enter this Christmas season, consider that all of us have been blessed in some way by Mary’s role in Jesus’ life, and that God may still choose to honor her by revealing His miracles to people through her in these days. The purpose of this site is to look at and honor heavenly miracles wherever they may be found and whatever they might look like, even if it offends our own understanding of what we believe God will and will not do. Watch the videos below with an open mind and see the wonders of God.
Virgin Mary Statues Weeps Fragrant Tears
While the video below speaks of “sanctioned” and “unsanctioned” miracles as decided by the Catholic Church, I personally believe that each of us must decide and discern individually what we believe is and is not God, and regardless of what the “sanctioning” from a church body says, we are to pray and ask God what He says about it.
Icons and Statues of Mary Crying