— tagged with “inheritance”

I inherited from my uncle Jose his old motorcycle, and having it changed my life. There’s nothing better that riding it at dawn, with the wind blowing in my face, when I drive into the darkness that becomes golden with the sunrise. I dive into it like in the sea of light. The speed gives me this wonderful feeling inside, and I forget about all my problems and my boring life, and I feel like a god. I thank the Virgin of Zapopan for sending me this motorcycle and I promise to believe more in her.

— tagged with and , , #

Gerardo Morales thanks Saint Charbel with all his heart because he inherited his grad-father’s secret meat recipe which he could use in his small taqueria. It gave a great taste to the tacos, and the clients enjoyed it very much. He dedicates this retablo for such a miracle.

Mexico City

Retablo by

— tagged with and , and #

My life was very sad and unhappy. I had no job or anything to call my own. I thank Saint John Bosco with this retablo because one day my remote uncle whom I didn’t even remember left me a big inheritance completely changing my life. Now my devoted dog Fido and I are enjoying the pleasures of life.

Rogaciano Buendia
Guadalajara, Jalisco

Retablo by

The relatives of Eusebio Ramirez claimed him a crazy in order to get his money. Eusebio thanks Saint Nicholas for he was able to prove his sanity and got released.

Aunt Clara left a house in countryside to my house. When we moved there, we found out, to our fear, that every night at 11:30 p.m., a ghost was coming out of the bathroom tap. The ghost was flying around the corridors, moaning and crying. Thanks to our prayers to the Virgin of Zapopan and tho requiem masses this soul rested in peace. We sleep calmly now and can use bathroom without being afraid of the ghost coming out.

I didn’t expect to inherit corn fields after one of my distant uncle’s death. But my mother gave me an idea to sell sweet corn on the streets. I thank the Virgin of Juquila because the sales are going well and I’m much better as a vendor than as a farmer.

Felipe Carrion
Iztapalapa, Mexico City

My wife was very angry when I woke up late. She used to beat me with a rolling pin or pull the blanket off so I’d freeze and get up. But since my late grandfather left me a lot of money her character got softer. She doesn’t get angry anymore and doesn’t try to pull me out of the bed, so I can sleep as long as I want. I thank Saint Michael the Archangel.

We thank the Virgin of San Juan because it’s incredible that we managed to sell the haunted house, that we had inherited, to a very eccentric gentleman. When he found out about the ghosts and the apparitions he payed us even more.

— tagged with and , , #

In the town, the people complained about my animals, because they’re unusual and aren’t like ordinary pets. I thank the Virgin of Guadalupe because I inherited a country house from my great-aunt. Now, we’ve become much more happier far away from people, who treated us badly.

My husband inherited a house and a ranch. When we moved there, I was scared to find out that there was a ghost of a woman that appeared from my bathroom’s mirror by nights. It cried and moaned. Thanks to my prayers to the Holy Child with the Ball and to three requiem masses, the ghost has rested in peace.

Roberto Alvarez thanks Saint Nicholas with this retablo because his son liked his job as a shoemaker and now he has someone to whom he can bequeath the shop.

Francisco Aguilar thanks the Holy Child of Atocha because his uncle after his death left to him two box of excellent french wine. Now he drinks it with the family on special occasions.

Retablo by

My aunt Honorata made me her only heir, but with one condition, that I take care of her cats. I never liked the cats, so I took it upon myself unwillingly. However, now I thank the Virgin of Guadalupe, because I realized what clean and cute animals the cats are. So now I not only have more money but also a nice cat company.

Retablo by

— tagged with and , , , #