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My son went to visit his grandfather in his village for a couple of days. He brought back a box full of the most disgusting creatures in the world. As soon as he opened the box, they ran out all around the house. I prayed Saint Francis for help because I didn’t want to find art or a spider in my bed. The saint made the miracle and chased all the creatures away, although my son got really upset they’d gone and he couldn’t find them.

The teacher Ramona Rodrigues was assigned to a class in a school filled with rats and other pests. The children seemed to get used to it but she was completely frightened. She thanks the Virgin of San Juan for she was transferred in another school after all, and even the kids over there were smarter.

Graciela Rios rented one of her rooms as a lab to one scientist who worked with animals. One night she heard strange noises in the cellar. She went to look what it was and saw two giant rats. They escaped from the lab and were eating her provisions. Graciela thanks the Virgin of San Juan because she was able to catch those monsters. And she asked the scientist to work only with plants, otherwise she’d kick him out.

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The kitchen was filled with rats, and my friend didn’t want to come over. I was ashamed. I payed nine days to the Virgin of Zapopan. On the ninth day the Virgin made a miracle. All rats disappeared and never come back. Now I can invite my friends to my house.

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The rats invaded our house. They were running everywhere. Our cat didn’t seem particularly interested in catching them, so we asked the Virgin of Zapopan for help. She worked a miracle, and the next day the rats were gone.

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One day, to her surprise, señora Gloria found rats at her kitchen.

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My bedroom was filled with rats. They used to come out at night so I was scared to go to the bathroom to not let these animals enter my bed. Since my cats are vey lazy, they didn’t hunt the rats. Thanks to my prayers to the Holy Virgin of San Juan, I got an idea to borrow my neighbor’s cat. He wiped up all rats in one night. My cats were ashamed, so now they patrol the house from time to time. And I do not have rats anymore.

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My kitchen was filled with so gigantic rats that even my cat was afraid of them. I thank the Virgin of San Juan for we managed to get rid of them before they bit us or eat our stock of food.

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My bedroom was filled with rats. They came out every night, and I was scared to go to the bathroom because they could have gotten in my bed. My cats though were so lazy, they didn’t catch them and slept all the time. Thanks to my prayers to the Virgin of Zapopan she gave me an idea to ask my neighbor for her cat. Her cat got through with the rats in one night. My cats were ashamed and now they stay awake at night and patrol the house so I have no more rats.

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My kitchen was filled with rats. I was scared to grind flour on the floor because I was afraid they might bite me. I prayed to Saint Paschal for getting rid of the rats. One night I had a dream about the saint holding a kitten. The next morning, a cat came to my kitchen. It did away with all the rats. They never came back, and I thank Paschal for this miracle.

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One month after our house had been invaded by rats, my husband brought a cat to catch them. However the cat slept in our bed because he was scared of rats. And I didn’t even go to bathroom at night because I was scared they would bite me. Then I prayed to the Virgin of Zapopan for help. And I saw the miracle with my eyes. The rats got in a line, left the house and didn’t come back.

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I give thanks to Saint Pancras with this retablo because I finally managed to catch the two rats that lived in my basement. They were the size of a cat.

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The Enedina Varela’s kitchen was filled with huge rats. They were eating all the food. Enedina prayed to Saint Paschal, and thanks to his intervention the rats disappeared and never came back again.

Puebla — September 8, 1938

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