Millions of religious adherents around the world express a sense of vindication every time something that looks to them like the Virgin Mary appears on a garage door or an oil tanker or a potato chip or a piece of wood or flaking paint or
Holy smudges are passe. If you want to get attention for your found religious icon, you’ve got to kick it up a notch
Is it a coincidence that those lips appeared on that tree just as I was passing by? Non-believers might think so, but more spiritually inclined people will see that I was meant to see the lips on that tree, and that I was meant to write this article showing the ent lips to the world.
You know, I wouldn’t have noticed it at first glance, but upon studying the image I believe I see an image of the Virgin Mary on this Yes on 1 road sign located off Route 1 in coastal Maine: You can see her if you
One of these is the stump in Rathkeale, Ireland that local Catholics insist is the Virgin Mary. So, can you tell which one of these stumps is a holy virgin, and which of them are less pure?
One of these photographs shows the window from Jesup that’s supposed to be the Virgin Mary. Can you choose which one is the holy apparition, and not a smudge?
Last year, I spent a few days looking for the meaning of life, the universe and everything in my morning whole-wheat toast. Last night I discovered that someone’s one-upped me, manufacturing the means to a daily miracle: Press it into your bread before toasting, and
Identify the photograph that Samoan Catholics claim is a holy apparition, and I’ll give you a prize: A Platinum Club membership on the Jesus Express.
Mary and Joseph went off to the best spas Egypt in egypt to get massages and skin treatments with honey, mud, and papyrus wraps. Jesus, in the meantime…
For an oyster shell that believers say looks like Virgin Mary, so far, the highest bid is only 43 dollars.
If Catholic theology truly accepts blurry optical illusions of saints as proof of divine spirits, then doesn’t Catholic theology need to be revised every time someone sees a pattern that resembles something real? Doesn’t every optical illusion then make it necessary for the Catholic Church to recognize a new great spiritual being, and explain it?