Everything You Need to Know About the Weeping Statue of Mary

A statue of Mary in Hobbs, New Mexico appears to be weeping an olive oil that smells like roses, an event that has captured the attention of the faithful around the world. The Diocese of Las Cruces is currently investigating this phenomenon to determine whether there is a natural cause for the liquid coming from this bronze statue.

Michael O’Neill, host of The Miracle Hunter®stops by The Drew Mariani Show™ to discuss this weeping statue, what tests will be conducted to determine if it is a hoax, and what the church will do if it cannot find a natural cause for this weeping statue of Mary.

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