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For the past three decades, the statue known as Our Lady of Honey has been crying salt, oil, and honey.
However, Monsignor Edmilson José Zanin recorded an impressive video a couple of weeks ago, depicting in-detail the alleged tears of Our Lady.
Here’s the video below:
The image of Our Lady of Honey arrived at the Church of San José and Santa Teresita in Aguas de Santa Bárbara, where Msgr. Edmilson José Zanin managed to capture the video.
Here’s the statue arriving at the church:
Here’s more photos of the phenomenon:
Brazilian television program Padre em Missão of the TV Evangelizar channel first told the impressive story in 1993.
Statue owner Lilian Aparecida held a deep devotion to Our Lady of Fatima and prayed the Rosary, especially on the 13th of each month. She owned a small statue which she prayed in front of, but one day, it broke.
A neighbor later traveled to Portugal. Knowing her devotion, the friend brought Lilian an original statue from the city of Fátima, Portugal on October 20, 1991.
On May 13, 1993, Lilian noticed that her new statue was wet and crying. She immediately wiped it away, but the tears continued falling. When her rosary companions arrived, they also witnessed the event.
Soon after, the image was transferred to the city church, and it suddenly began crying salt. On May 22, 1993, the salt turned into honey. Since then, the statue became known as Our Lady of Honey.
Fr. Reginaldo Manzotti interviewed Father Oscar Donizete Clemente of the diocese of São José do Rio Preto, who stated that the scientists analyzed the elements several times and found water, salt, oil, and honey.
Since then, Our Lady of Honey (although the Church made no official pronouncement) has visited different parishes throughout Brazil.
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