Wednesday, April 20, 2005
Where The Wild Things Are 
by Lenka Reznicek [permalink] 
Sometimes, when the news is filled with stories of miraculous salt stains on highway underpasses and "God's Rottweiler" being elected the new Pope - all you can do is find the momentary beastly humour in life.And yes, Our Lady of the Underpass is still drawing visitors from far and wide; but as Australia's Sydney Morning Herald points out, sacred images often seem to appear in the most unusual of places:
In November 2004, a piece of popcorn shaped like the Virgin Mary was auctioned on eBay. A Canadian woman also said she saw the Blessed Mother and baby Jesus on a Lay's Smokey Bacon Chip.