In Bryan, Texas, people are flocking to see the image of the Virgin Mary found in a bird dropping on a truck mirror. It appears that Salvador Pachuca examines all of his bird droppings before washing his truck and found a divine rendition of the Virgin of Guadalupe in bird poop.
One woman observed “As soon as I looked at it, it just gave me chills all over my body. I was like, I just couldn’t believe it.”
Cristal Pachuca explained that “It’s just something special to us and she’s the one who appears when a miracle happens.” Either that or it appears when a car wash is about to happen.
Nevertheless, Cristal says that “we just all feel protected. It’s a blessing to our family and to everybody that comes to see it.” They have removed the mirror to leave it in a protected place of reverence.
Of course, this is still better than the image found in grill grease, here and here and here.
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8 thoughts on “Faithful Flock to See Virgin Mary in Bird Poop”
Looks more like a Georgia O’Keefe to me.
I am constantly amazed at the need for people to see visions of God and saints in the most unusual places and substances. I am not surprised that the Mother of God can be found in bird poop in the fine state of Texas!
No, no. It’s Guadalapoopie.
Them folks is Guadaloopie…
That’s definitely Mary, but who is the frog smoking a pipe through his belly button?
Maybe it wasn’t a bird dropping–it could have been a heavenly sign deposited by an angel…a message from Our Lady of Guadapoop.
To all my beloved faithful devoted followers, I appeared last Saturday at Knock in ireland. My next scheduled appearance is at the same time, same place, on December 8 (one of my many, many Feast Days). Make your reservations now.
I have nothing to do with the images in bird poo, bacon grease, or hair oil. Please do not be so superstitious,
DUBLIN (Reuters) – Some 10,000 people gathered at a Irish shrine hoping to witness an apparition of the Virgin Mary on Saturday despite pleas from an archbishop to ignore invitations to the event by a self-proclaimed spiritual healer.
The Knock shrine in northwest Ireland, which dates back to an apparition in 1879 of Mary, St. Joseph and St. John, attracts 1.5 million pilgrims each year, including Pope John Paul in 1979.
The head of the local Roman Catholic archdiocese issued a statement on Monday urging the faithful to disregard the forecasts by Dublin-based “spiritual healer” Joe Coleman that Mary, venerated by Christians as the mother of God, would reappear.
Some of those present said Mary appeared on Saturday, most attributing her presence to the sun suddenly breaking through the clouds, changing color and appearing to come closer.
“I saw the sun spinning,” one pilgrim told public television RTE. She added, however: “Who is to know that it isn’t climate change or something like that causing that?”
Amen, Amen, Amen I say unto thee. Even Scientology has its followers. Appearing at your local truck stop is the Mirror.
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