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I thank the Virgin of the Rosary because fairies come to my garden. I give them milk which they love so much they stay in my garden for hours and I can admire them in all their splendor.

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Petra Sanchez had no milk in her tities and couldn’t feed her son. She prayed to Father Jesus Nazarene, and the next morning she woke up with a lot of milk for which she infinitely thanks.

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When a three-headed calf was born we felt sorry for it. But it grew up in a heathy and beautiful animal. Although this cow doesn’t give a lot of milk, it made us important people in the village. We are looking best in the eyes for keeping it.

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I thank the Virgin of Zapopan because my dog Casilda accepted stray kittens that came to my garden. The dog even licks them and let them climb on her, so I could give them milk and pet these poor abandoned animals.

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The milkman Vicente Gomes thanks Saint Pancras with this retablo for the big favor he asked for—to be able to overcome his addiction to a client who always paid him with sex.

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My restaurant is always full because I am, in all modesty, a great cook. But when I close my place at night, here come my favorite clients—stray cats from the neighborhood. I give them milk and feed them with the leftovers. I thank Saint Francis because during the day I earn money and get praised for my dishes and during the night I receive gratitude and caress.

We dedicate this retablo to the Virgin because we won a 30 gallon can of our very favorite evaporated milk.

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The Flores brothers noticed a cow that was taken by a river. They thank the Virgin for they saved her and now this godsend cow gives them a lot of milk.

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The Melecio Martinez’ donkey got sick. Since they loved it very much and cared about the donkey, and also since there was no other way to carry milk to the town to sell it, they prayed to Saint Francis of Assisi who heard the prayers and made the miracle of curing the donkey. Now the donkey is strong and cheerful again.

My son plays flute so wonderful that all the farm animals dance around him and the birds lay more eggs, and the goats give more milk, and the pigs have more piglets. I thank the Virgin of San Juan for giving my son this magic talent. Thanks to his music our farm prospers.

I lived happy with my cats, but sometimes we had no food because my salary was very small. Also I needed a man. I thank the Virgin of Guadalupe because I met a milkman Jose, who proposed me. He is a very good man. He sheltered us. He loves me, and my cats don’t starve anymore, because they have fresh milk every day.

After the hurricane my sons and I found a lot of wounded animals around our house. We cured them, gave them food and some of them stayed with us. I think they told to other animals about us because many others animals began to come to our house for healing or for some water from the well. We thank the Virgin of Zapopan because the animals thank us working for us or giving milk and eggs or simply showing their love and keeping us company.

My daughter Luisa started sleepwalking. She went out by nights. I prayed to the Virgin for a cure, and the holy Virgin gave me an idea to add some holy water to the Luisa’s milk. So now my girl doesn’t walk by nights.

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