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‘Virgin Mary’ image handed over to Church

The removal of the window panes was carried out by
professionals with due care, safety and caution.
PETALING JAYA: The Sime Darby Medical Centre Subang Jaya (SDMC SJ) has removed and handed over two window panes from the North Tower of the hospital complex to the Catholic Church.
One of the panes has on it marks that some claim resemble artistic depictions of Virgin Mary, the Mother of Jesus.
“SDMC SJ had agreed to hand over the window panes at the request of the Church. ”
“The removal of the window panes was carried out by professionals with due care, safety and caution exercised throughout the process, which started at 10 am and ended without incident at 11.35 am,” the medical centre said in a statement today.
Over the last two weeks the hospital had been drawing scores of people wanting to have a closer look at one of the panes, after artistic impressions resembling Mother Mary appeared on it.
Some had lit candles and conducted prayers to mark the event.
“Church leaders and members of the Subang Jaya Parish were among those present to witness the removal of the window panes.”
“SDMC SJ would like to thank its patients and their families, residents in the vicinity of the hospital and all its staff for their patience over the last two weeks.
“SDMC SJ would also like to thank the Church, the Royal Malaysian Police, Rela officers and the public for their support and kind understanding during this period,” the statement added.
It is learnt that arrangements had been made for the panels to be safely moved to the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes in Klang, where it will be verified and later, may be put on display for devotees.
It will then undergo various processes involved in the verification of apparitions and that would be left to the Catholic Church authorities.

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