Maternity of Our Lady statue wept Pittsburgh, PA.

 

In Pittsurgh there is a Blessed Nunzio Sulprizio Shrine (below photo), established by the late Delfina Del Russo Cesarespada, who claimed to be brought back from death through Blessed Nunzio's intercession, the site is maintained by her husband and son, who continue to work toward his canonization. The statue (above photo) of Mary and her Child in the house was found crying for the first time on October 30, 1973, it also wept November 2, 1973.

Above photo (third house on right) is where the weeping Madonna and Child Jesus are housed. It is located at The Blessed Nunzio Sulprizio Shrine 1038 Stanford Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15233.

Use with permission from Charles J. Herbert Sr.

At the reported request of Mary to a privileged lady in Pittsburgh, the statue of Mary and her Child received the title Maternity of Our Lady. It was found crying for the first time on October 30, 1973; it also wept November 2, 1973. This statue of the Maternity of Our Lady still weeps occasionally. At the weeping shown in the photo a tear of the Mother fell upon the Child.

Photo/story from book titled Mary, Why do you cry? Written by Father Albert J. Hebert, S.M. by Father Hebert.