Brian Trambowicz of North Providence, Rhode Island, was driving by the Church of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary recently when he noticed a silhouette on a cross at the top of the church’s bell tower that amazingly looked like the Virgin Mary. “I said to myself, ‘did I see what I thought I saw?’,” Trambowicz remarked. “Then goose pimples came out all over my body.”
He kept driving. A couple of blocks away he saw a sign in front of a florist’s shop that read: “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” Cue Twilight Zone theme.
Since then other members of the church have seen the image, some even claiming to see baby Jesus being cradled in his mother’s arms. They can’t help but think that it has something to do with this year being the 100th anniversary of the church.
“I’ve driven by here 5,000 times and never seen it,” Trambowicz told the Valley Breeze newspaper. Well, you know what they say, the 5,001st time is the charm.
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