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Pic shows: The comparison. Mexican villagers claim their statue of the Virgin Mary cries and has moved her hands since the earthquake struck the country. Hundreds of believers have flocked to the village of Cupilco in the southern Mexican state of Tabasco after reports of the weeping statue. Local reports said the phenomenon had been reported for three years but that parish priest Enrico Lazzaroni, an Italian who has served the community for 11 years, had asked parishioners to keep it quiet. But word leaked out and many Catholics including some politicians have come to visit among reports of tears and the statue???s hand position having moved. Local politician Candelaria Perez Jimenez said: "I do believe that the Virgin has done many miracles, I came not for curiosity, but for faith, because I do believe that God and our most holy Mother has done many miracles. "Undoubtedly the Virgin hurts a lot with what has happened in Mexico: earthquakes, hurricanes, child deaths, God is calling us to make us aware." Local woman Lucia Torres Jimenez, 68, expressed her belief in the Virgin, stating that she returned to health from the power of the virgin, having spent 19 years with a kidney transplant. She said: "She is feeling what is happening in Mexico, she is feeling what is going to happen." Some claim the miracle is just a trick of the mind as the Mexican people struggle to find sense in the awful earthquake that ravished the country???s capital last week. (ends)
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Pic shows: The Virgin's glass eyes. Mexican villagers claim their statue of the Virgin Mary cries and has moved her hands since the earthquake struck the country. Hundreds of believers have flocked to the village of Cupilco in the southern Mexican state of Tabasco after reports of the weeping statue. Local reports said the phenomenon had been reported for three years but that parish priest Enrico Lazzaroni, an Italian who has served the community for 11 years, had asked parishioners to keep it quiet. But word leaked out and many Catholics including some politicians have come to visit among reports of tears and the statue???s hand position having moved. Local politician Candelaria Perez Jimenez said: "I do believe that the Virgin has done many miracles, I came not for curiosity, but for faith, because I do believe that God and our most holy Mother has done many miracles. "Undoubtedly the Virgin hurts a lot with what has happened in Mexico: earthquakes, hurricanes, child deaths, God is calling us to make us aware." Local woman Lucia Torres Jimenez, 68, expressed her belief in the Virgin, stating that she returned to health from the power of the virgin, having spent 19 years with a kidney transplant. She said: "She is feeling what is happening in Mexico, she is feeling what is going to happen." Some claim the miracle is just a trick of the mind as the Mexican people struggle to find sense in the awful earthquake that ravished the country???s capital last week. (ends)
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Pic shows: The Virgin's hands. Mexican villagers claim their statue of the Virgin Mary cries and has moved her hands since the earthquake struck the country. Hundreds of believers have flocked to the village of Cupilco in the southern Mexican state of Tabasco after reports of the weeping statue. Local reports said the phenomenon had been reported for three years but that parish priest Enrico Lazzaroni, an Italian who has served the community for 11 years, had asked parishioners to keep it quiet. But word leaked out and many Catholics including some politicians have come to visit among reports of tears and the statue???s hand position having moved. Local politician Candelaria Perez Jimenez said: "I do believe that the Virgin has done many miracles, I came not for curiosity, but for faith, because I do believe that God and our most holy Mother has done many miracles. "Undoubtedly the Virgin hurts a lot with what has happened in Mexico: earthquakes, hurricanes, child deaths, God is calling us to make us aware." Local woman Lucia Torres Jimenez, 68, expressed her belief in the Virgin, stating that she returned to health from the power of the virgin, having spent 19 years with a kidney transplant. She said: "She is feeling what is happening in Mexico, she is feeling what is going to happen." Some claim the miracle is just a trick of the mind as the Mexican people struggle to find sense in the awful earthquake that ravished the country???s capital last week. (ends)
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