Our Lady of Fatima weeps in Guatemala. Also 11 other images shed tears in abundance.

For an image to shed tears, it had been seen in the past in not a few circumstances. But that 11 images shed tears almost simultaneously and within the same institution is something really unheard of.

 

 

Above Our Lady cries sorrowful tears.

 

May 1, 2018 - Reported [here] also [here]. After 100 years of the apparitions of Our Lady at Fatima, many expected some supernatural manifestation of the Mother of God that would confirm the previous warnings made in 1917 to the three little shepherds , Lucia, San Francisco and Santa Jacinta.

Not having the world listened to the requests then made, one would expect something to shake the consciousness of this sinful, sleeping humanity that no warning from Heaven seems to be able to awaken. And if men do not care for warnings from on high, then God seems to have turned his back on this world, letting events run by themselves, dragging contemporary civilization into an uncertain and unpromising future in the midst of convulsions chaos, wars and violence.

Such a situation has led many souls to wonder in anguish whether God would not have left the world to their own devices. More terrible than the rattles of contemporary chaos is for these souls this seeming silence of Providence, absent from the course of events. Can the inexplicable tearings of images of the Blessed Virgin and of Saint Joseph occur in Costa Rica and Guatemala, well, may these signs of Providence?

Thus, recently, on April 25, in the House of Formation of the Heralds of the Gospel, in S. José Pinula, near Guatemala City, around 3.30 pm a young aspirant of the institution noted with surprise that the virginal eyes of the Pilgrim Image of Our Lady of Fatima flowed abundant tears. Immediately he ran to call his fellow students and the superior of the house, who also found astonished the inexplicable phenomenon, whose supernatural origin no one doubted. Of itself, the fact is already quite extraordinary. And if it had stayed here, it would be enough to move the heart of any believer.

But the signs of heaven did not stop. The young man who first witnessed the phenomenon went to call his manager, warning him of what had happened. And warned him that another image would also shed tears. And that in Guatemala the same fact would occur equally. Before the facts, they asked this young aspirant how he knew with such certainty what was happening. To which he replied that it was a very kind lady who told her. An extraordinary tears occurred also in a painting of the Mother of the Good Council on April 26, celebrating her liturgical feast, also in Costa Rica, in the House of the Heralds of the Gospel, and in Guatemala an image of St. Joseph shed many tears. In total, there are already 11 images that shed tears in abundance.

The photos that are published here are more eloquent than any speech, so we leave the insightful reader to interpret the phenomenon so extraordinary and unique in contemporary history. For an image to shed tears, it had been seen in the past in not a few circumstances. But that 11 images shed tears almost simultaneously and within the same institution is something really unheard of. New and more vehement warning to the world, on the eve of celebrating the 101 years of the apparitions of Fatima?

But is not it also a sign of encouragement for those who put their hope in the Message of Fatima and in the promises of triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary? It is the Lord who is approaching. Blessed are those whom their Lord finds ready. By José Antonio G. Dominguez, Gaudium Press correspondent in Mexico.