Catholics are gathering at a church in Subang Jaya to witness claims that a statue of Virgin Mary is growing taller, smiling, and at times, shedding tears.

Video above: Church of St. Thomas More

Parishioners turned up at the Church of St Thomas More were awed by the phenomenon that has become the talk of the community. 

Image above: Virgin Mary statue at Church of St Thomas More in Subang Jaya

 Image above: Virgin Mary statue at Church of St Thomas More in Subang Jaya

 Image above:Virgin Mary statue at Church of St Thomas More in Subang Jaya

 The images above are also making its rounds at the Facebook.

According to a WhatsApp message that has been circulating, the church had a grotto built with the statue of the Virgin Mary who is the mother of Jesus Christ.  

However, for some of the parishioners, the statue was too small for the grotto. It was then placed into a box.  
When it was due to be blessed last Wednesday, they said a parish priest noticed an unusual occurrence - the statue made of polyresin had turned to porcelain and grew taller by three inches (7.2cm). 
In a three-minute video clip believed to be taken during Sunday Mass at the church, a parishioner was seen addressing the congregation where he claimed to have witnessed the “miracle". 

“Her eyes were moving very slowly, all of us were there and we saw it. 
“The father (the priest) was saying, ‘look at her, she’s looking at us. She was full of life, she had a lot of tears in her eyes.' “When we started singing ‘Ave Maria’, she started smiling and her lips were moving. 
“It has touched all of us,” the man said, adding that parishioners started taking photographs of the statute during the incident.  

“The father had told us that he actually spoke to her. She will come more often, she also told father that she wants all of us to pray to her,” he claimed in the video. 

Father Raymond Pereira was unavailable for comment.

This message first appeared on facebook of St. Thomas More:
Dear Catholic friends,

I took these pictures on Wednesday, 7th October 2015 after the statue of Our Lady of Lourdes was installed in the new grotto together with the statue of St Bernadette. It seemed to me that Our Lady's eyes were downcast in the first picture, but in the second picture she appears to be looking up. I put it down to a slight difference in angles.

Today after mass, we heard testimonies from a parishioner as well as from our parish priest, Rev Fr Raymond Pereira, of how they, together with a group of other parishioners, had witnessed Our Lady turning & tilting her head to look at them & smiling with tear-filled eyes.

Please pray the Rosary daily & pray for Our Lady to intercede for us, for justice & peace in our community, our country & in the world. Amen.

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