They assure that a girl in serious health received a miracle from the Virgin: “She opened her eyes”

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They assure that a girl in serious health received a miracle from the Virgin:

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Aby, the four-year-old girl who managed to miraculously recover.

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Little Aby, 4, was diagnosed with autoimmune encephalitis, a condition of the entire central nervous system. She was hospitalized, she underwent a tracheostomy and was tube fed. Her parents took her to the Virgin of San Juan de Los Lagos, in Jalisco, Mexico. During a ritual the girl responded by opening her eyes and it is said that once she reached the car, he smiled like he hadn’t done in 34 days. Now the little girl walks, runs and enjoys life like any other child.

When Adriana Márquez saw on March 3 that her little daughter wasn’t smiling as usual and noticed her listlessness and very sleepy, her maternal instincts caused such concern that she feared for the life of a little girl.

Without wasting time, Márquez and her husband, Juan Francisco Campos, left their home in San Juan de los Lagos to go to a hospital in Aguascalientes, Mexico, where the girl was rushed to hospital. “Seeing her so badly, intubated and without reacting, I thought she was going to die”, remembers Márquez, who does not forget the convulsions that Aby suffered that day and how in the hospital she began to vomit the medicine.

Aby, intubated and unresponsive.

Aby, intubated and unresponsive.

During the two weeks she was hospitalized in intensive care, Aby – the third of the couple’s four children – did not open her eyes and showed no reaction to the stimuli that were applied to her.

After several studies, the doctors diagnosed it autoimmune encephalitis, a condition of the entire central nervous system, so they had to feed her through a tube. Despite this adverse climate, the day the girl turned 4, all the medical staff threw her a little party so she wouldn’t feel alone.

Aby, the 4-year-old girl miraculously healed.

Aby, the 4-year-old girl miraculously healed.

After those distressing days and seeing a slight improvement, Aby was released and the doctors told her parents they could take her home, from where they could apply pulmonary aspirations that required their treatment.

Without seeing that their daughter showed further improvements in her health, Adriana and Juan Francisco they gave themselves to the faith and to the Virgin of San Juan de los Lagosthe third most important in Mexico, after the Virgin of Gudalaupe and that of Zapopan.

The Virgin of San Juan de los Lagos, the third most important in Mexico.

The Virgin of San Juan de los Lagos, the third most important in Mexico.

Both parents, together with the child, went to the cathedral on April 7 to venerate that Virgin. That day, during the Virgin’s changing of the robe ritual, Juan Francisco had to apply pulmonary aspirations to her daughter inside the temple because she began to have difficulty breathing. However, once they were close to the virgin, before changing her dress, the girl had no more problems.

Neither Adriana nor Juan Francisco were ready to see how little Aby looked the Virgin in the eyes and, when she was in front of her, he raised his hand to touch her cloak. That small but symbolic act moved everyone present to tears. “We felt there was a magical connection between them”, Juan Francisco says excitedly.

Aby's parents, moved by the miracle of the Virgin.

Aby’s parents, moved by the miracle of the Virgin.

As if that weren’t enough, Juan Francisco states that, exiting the cathedral and returning to his car to go home, Aby was smiling, just as she had before that painful March 3.

Two weeks after that leap of faith, Aby woke up and returned to normal, and although her parents know autoimmune encephalitis doesn’t have a scientific cure, they trust that their Virgin will never abandon them.

After seeing the Virgin, Aby woke up and smiled again.

After seeing the Virgin, Aby woke up and smiled again.

“We feel blessed, but also committed because if he has helped us, it is for something,” said Juan Francisco.

Today's girl looks very healed.

Today’s girl looks very healed.

It is not uncommon for miracles to be attributed to the Virgin of San Juan de los Lagos, who, according to historians, performed the first in 1623. Her fame is such that John Paul II himself, during his visit to Mexico in 1990 , visited it. Sources of the Catholic Church have assured that they will personally tell Pope Francis what happened between the Virgin and little Aby.

Source: Clarin

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