Statues weeping tears of oil at a couple's home in northern California
Statue of Our Lady weeping tears of oil.
November 3, 2003 Statue of Padre Pio tears of blood test positive for being human blood. Effort underway to see if blood matches the blood of Padre Pio. In a story reported in [Spirit Daily.com] online newspaper titled "Question Of The Week: Why Do Claims Of Eucharistic Miracles Go Uninvestigated" there was a section that mentioned the above statues tears tested positive for human blood.
Here is what the section said: Such messages may also be conveyed with a statue of St. Padre Pio that allegedly has been bleeding in a home in northern California and has been tested by a laboratory and found to be human blood -- with an effort underway now to see if it matches the blood of the saint himself, who left gloves smeared with his stigmatic blood behind.
September 10, 2003 Statue of Padre Pio now weeps tears of blood. In a story reported in [Spirit Daily.com] online newspaper titled "From Dreams To Photos, Sometimes It Looks Like The Subtle Touch Of Heaven" there was a section that mentioned the above statue was now bleeding. Here is what the section said: Oiling icons? Statues that weep? "Coincidence?" We hear from a friend in California that a statue of Padre Pio in her home is exuding blood. We have followed this family's situation for a couple years. Many statues allegedly weep in her home. Up until now, the exudations have been tears or oil. What does the blood mean?
July 15, 2003 Reported in [Spirit Daily.com] online newspaper. Here are recent photos of statues exuding oil or weeping tears at a couple's home in northern California. We are withholding exact identities pending approval of their spiritual director. The exudation began in 1997 with the Immaculate Heart of Mary and recently has included allegedly miraculous tears from an image of Divine Mercy -- which the owners take to bear special significance (perhaps indicating the beginning of God's justice). As always, they are submitted for your discernment. We can only say that the owners seem sincere, devout, and straighttforward.