A Sorrowful Immaculate Heart of Mary statue bleeds from Her Heart
Use with permission from Charles J. Herbert Sr.
Photo/story from book titled Mary, Why do you cry? Written by Father Albert J. Hebert, S.M. by Father Hebert.
A Sorrowful Immaculate Heart of Mary statue bleeds from Her Heart at Castel San Lorenzo (Salerno), Italy, not far from Rome. (Luigi Musco, brother of Teresa Musco) It might be noted that any number of statue weepings involve such flows of human tears or blood as to literally soak cloths and drench the image or floor. There is no way for sceptics and unbelievers to get around such profuce effusions from dry wood or stone, as with the marble Rosa Mystica statue has also done, as many images of Teresa Musco (Caserta, near Rome!) did: as the [Regina Mundi], Oueen of the World statue of Enzon Alocci, Porto S. Stefano shed tears 9 times and blood 18 from 1972 - 1977.
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