The Virgin cries blood in Iguazú and Lagrimea
Translated from Spanish. December 19, 2011 - Reported here. View/watch video news report about these events here. The phenomenon that occurred for the first time in 2006 returned to the past repeat weekend in the house of the proprietor of the picture of the Jesus Good Shepherd who also spilled blood tears. In Iguazú [See here] they assure that lagrimea an image the Virgin of Caacupé. The image of the Painful Virgin spilled tears.
Cristina does display the image of the Immaculate Heart of Mary that still emanates the smell of roses. " Very we are shocked and this must be a signal. The first time She cried blood was Wednesday Santo of 2006 and but not with the intensity with which it did the week pasada" she explained. "
While the catholic community of Apostles follows shocked by the Painful Virgin that it spilled tears makes two ends week, in Inns another image cried blood. The phenomenon that took place Thursday and Friday last in the house of Cristina Gory Rehbein, proprietor of the picture of the Jesus The Good Shepherd who also cried blood for a time in 2006, affects to its family and group of Holy oration near the Church Martyrs of Inns.
In as much in Iguazú, in a humble residence, its proprietors they assure that the image who back own of the virgin of Caacupé lagrimeó days. Cristina does not leave her astonishment and proud she shows the image of the Immaculate Heart of Maria who still emanates scent to roses. " Very we are shocked and this must be a signal. The first time cried blood was Wednesday Santo of 2006 and but not with the intensity with which it did the week pasada" it explained.
In Iguazú in a species of homemade sanctuary, the family of Rumilda Martinez, has been having for several years the image of the Virgin of Caacupé, took place a similar phenomenon. The woman told that last Sunday around the 15, the statue of the virgin began to emit tears, and that since then neighboring and devotee of other places, approach to say the rosary and to venerate it.