[Viral] Stunning photo taken on the eve of the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima

On May 13, 2021, the Universal Church celebrated the feast of Our Lady of Fatima, and on the eve of this special celebration, a photograph went viral on social media.

The image in question was captured by Marivalda Vogt in the Church of Christ the King of Canoinhas, Brazil.

The image was shot on Tuesday, May 11 at exactly 6:49 p.m. and was shared on Facebook social media. A lot of people affirm that it s a manifestation of the Blessed Virgin Mary on the eve of the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima, while others found in its beauty a reminder of how close the Virgin Mary is to us in this difficult era of Covid-19 pandemic.

Beneath is an unedited version of the photograph taken by Miravalda Vogt herself.

The translation of her post reads:

“'Our beautiful Canoinhas!'

Mother Church of Christ the King′′
'We do not see what we see, we see what we are. They only see the beauties of the world, those who have beauties within them.''

(Rubem Alves)

At the top of the tower, coinciding with the projection of light from a street reflector, a luminous outline is drawn that impressively resembles the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Some people found hope and meaning in the image, especially in this moment that humanity is going through.

Many users were moved by the photograph and assured that it was a manifestation of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

A truly excited user confessed: “Incredible photo The feeling of hope is reborn with her. We are living through difficult days and I was honestly excited. Thanks for sharing with us".


Another woman commented: "Tomorrow the 13th is the day of our lady of Fatima, amen, may our city bless much."

"Dazzling. Our Lady, pouring out her blessings on Canoinhas And tomorrow is her day. Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us ”, commented another user.

Finally, another moved woman commented on the photograph: “Mother bless our families, Brazil and the world with so many bad things. Your blessing N Lady of Fatima."

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