Virgin Mary and Baby Jesus team up for appearance on tortilla.

Usually when making public appearances these two tend to go solo, but this time they decided to team up for the ultimate venue: a tortilla!

A Starr County family is wondering if a miracle took place in their kitchen on Tuesday afternoon.

Short answer: No.

Melinda Solis told Action 4 News that she was warming up flour tortillas for her teenage sons after school around 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Solis said she was spreading out the cooked tortillas when her mother noticed something unusual.

One of the tortillas had a large brown spot that resembled the Virgin Mary holding the Baby Jesus.

Don’t believe them? Just look at this side-by-side comparison:

Pic of Virgin Tortilla next to old painting of Jesus and his Mom.

Actually, when you really look at either picture closely, they both seem a little... phallic.

How can you not see that this is the work of an all-powerful God with a message which he feels is best distributed on semi-burnt bread-like food? What other possible explanation could there be?

The La Grulla area woman said they are not sure if they are going to call a priest just yet.

“It’s safe as long as I keep it away from my sons…as long as I keep it away from butter,” Solis said.

For as we all know, the only vulnerability Jesus and his Mom have are to teenage boys armed with butter!

4 thoughts on “Virgin Mary and Baby Jesus team up for appearance on tortilla.

  1. It should be easy to prove it’s a real manifestation. Slather some butter on it and if her kids eat it we know it’s just a tortilla. After all if it’s real God will use his mighty powers to stop them eating it. It’s not like has something better to do, like stopping another Korean war or something like that.

  2. Tim,

    I don’t know. You do realize that millions of Catholics consume Jesus every Sunday? Maybe not a good test.
    😉 😆


  3. When the priest shows up and looks at the splotch he should face-palm and tell the lady, “It’s just a god damned tortilla, okay?”

  4. Looks more like an appearance of skin cancer. So, if somebody has a melanoma in the shape of Mary or Jesus, should they pray to the tumor to heal itself?

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