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June 10, 2021 4 min
Proseguiamo con il racconto dell'apparizione della Vergine a Pontmain, avvenuta il 17 gennaio 1871. Eugenio descrive l’apparizione. Augustine Botin, una bambinetta di due anni nelle braccia della madre, non sa ancora parlare così bene da poter fare altrettanto, ma ripete, felicissima: «Il Zézus, il Zézus!», alludendo al crocifisso rosso che i veggenti dicono essere apparso tra le mani della Signora. Ora ci sono cinquanta persone sulla piazza del villaggio, quasi tutta la popolazione. La maggior parte è persuasa della realtà dei fatti. Allora, le suore vanno a cercare il parroco. Il vecchio abate Guérin, sbalordito, esclama: «La Santa Vergine, qui, a Pontmain? Voi mi fate paura!». La sua perpetua lo spinge fuori, perentoria: «Niente da fare, signor curato! Deve andare a vedere!».
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