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You Can Call Me Ray Or You Can Call Me Jesus

It must be Easter season. While Erica Scheldt was swimming at Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina, Friday  some men warned her about the cownose rays swimming in the water because their stinger can hurt. They showed her a dead one that had washed up on the beach, then put it in the water. A few minutes later it beached again. Erica thought it looked interesting so she took some photos with her phone. “I just kind of thought it looked like a bearded homeless man,” she said. “But when I posted pictures on Instagram, one of my friends was like, ‘That’s Jesus.’ And I was like, ‘Oh my God! You’re right!’ ” Even though she doesn’t have it, she’s been trying to name it. So far they’ve come up with Ray Rey, “Rey” meaning king in Spanish.

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A Cup Half Full (Of Mary)

Margarita Espinoa in Barrio Espana, Colombia, sent her son Steven to fetch her a glass of water recently. When he came back, they both noticed a brown stain on the outside of the plastic glass, right between two pictures of Spiderman. As they watched, the stain grew until they both realized it had become an image of the Virgin of Guadalupe. At first they thought they shouldn’t drink the water, but after a while changed their minds and said it was “perhaps the most delicious beverage they had ever tasted.”

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Good Thing He Didn’t Give Up Tortillas For Lent

David Sandoval of Espanola, a city north of Santa Fe, New Mexico, was eating dinner on Ash Wednesday when he noticed what he says is  the image of Jesus Christ on a tortilla. He showed it to his mother who said, Oh my God!”, a very appropriate response. Heposted a photo of it on Facebook, where he says people who comment on the photo are calling it a miracle. He hasn’t decided what to do with it but is trying to figure out the best way to preserve it.

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Barking Up The Right Tree

Kyle Toland of the Garden Oaks area of Houston, Texas, wondered why people were stopping to take pictures of a tree in front of his house. When he checked, he saw flowers and candles by the base, so he figured it was some sort of shrine to someone who had died. But as more people stopped, looked, and in many cases left more flowers, he took a closer look. Lo and behold, he saw what others had been looking at for quite a long time—what appears to many to be the figure of the Virgin Mary on the trunk of the tree. Now that he’s gone public with it he expects the crowds to grow.

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The Virgin Mary Is My Sous Chef

 

Doris Sanchez was preparing food at Blanquita’s, a Mexican restaurant in La Feria, Texas, when she noticed the image of the Virgin Mary had appeared on the grill. She cleaned the grill but the image was still there the next morning, so she took a photo of it with her cell phone. Then, like a good employee, she kept using the grill. Alas, the image went away with use, scrubbing, andsizzling carnitas. But that’s not the end of it. The image showed up again a week later, but again disappeared. Next week? Who’s to say? Stay tuned!

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A Low-Fat Decaf Latte With A Touch Of Jesus, Please

A woman in Pascoe Vale, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, was about to wash a coffee cup when she was startled to see the image of a bearded man in one of the stains. She immediately realized it was Jesus Christ. Then her brother noticed that if you turn the cup upside down, the stain resembles the Virgin Mary with a shawl over her head. They haven’t cleaned the cup, nor have they heard from the Catholic Church in Melbourne. Luckily they have other cups so they can still get their caffeine fix.

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