April 6, 2007
Golden-color fragrant oil exuded from the Crucifix on the Blessed Motherís
Mountain in Naju. When Julia touched Our Lordís foot, her hand became wet
with the fragrant oil.
While Julia and other pilgrims were doing the Stations of the Cross on the
Blessed Motherís Mountain in Naju, she suffered the extreme pains of the
Crown of Thorns, and blood streamed down from the top of Juliaís forehead
and stained her clothes. There also appeared a scourging mark on her ear.
Julia received some of the blood in her hand.
Despite her pains and weakness, Julia and many other pilgrims did the
Stations of the Cross barefoot.
Julia fell at the Ninth Station because of the pains of scourging.
Twelfth Station, where Jesus died, the pilgrims prayed fervently and cried
After finishing the Stations of the Cross, the pilgrims knelt and prayed
before the Crucifix on Mt. Calvary. Tiny drops of the Lordís Precious
Blood came down like a light drizzle.
Fr. Donald Lasap K. Lim (left) from San Francisco, U.S.A. (originally from
Myanmar) and Fr. Herman Ando from Indonesia examining the bleeding on
Bleeding continued for a while after the devotion of the Stations of the
Cross was finished. There also were many tiny blood stains on Juliaís
forehead as if sprayed with a sprayer.