This is miraculous!
On Nov. 8, the state of Michigan will vote on Proposition 3, the most extreme pro-abortion bill in the United States. If passed, this constitutional amendment will allow abortion up until and including the day of birth in Michigan.
The bill also eliminates all previous pro-life laws, including those regarding partial-birth abortion.
Bishop Earl Boyea of the Diocese of Lansing, Michigan began a campaign entitled, “Fight Like Heaven“ in response to the radical bill. The campaign’s mission brings awareness to the bill and calls Catholics to pray, fast, and vote against it.
The bishop published an amazing video to his Twitter account showing an individual kicking a Catholic School’s “Fight Like Heaven” campaign sign.
Rather than falling, the sign flips and lands upright, as if no one touched it. The sign also sits in front of a statue of the Blessed Mother.
Watch the incredible video below:
This is superb. A man takes a hefty kick in the early hours of Monday at the Church of the Resurrection School’s anti-Proposal 3 “Fight Like Heaven” yard sign which sits in front of the Lansing school’s statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Watch what happens next! Ave Maria! pic.twitter.com/dcXLLHrN24
— Bishop Earl Boyea (@BishopBoyea) November 2, 2022
Bishop Boyea’s full tweet reads, “This is superb. A man takes a hefty kick in the early hours of Monday at the Church of the Resurrection School’s anti-Proposal 3 ‘Fight Like Heaven’ yard sign, which sits in front of the Lansing school’s statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Watch what happens next! Ave Maria!”
Here’s how some people reacted to the video:
One user commented, “His guardian angel put it back for him.”
Another user said, “Don’t mess with Mary.”
This user also said, “Perfect… God has the last word!”
Another user added, “Nice work…Let’s all say a Hail Mary for the glory of God and [this] young man’s salvation.”
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