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Stunned believers are flocking to the church to witness the unusual sight that has left even skeptics scratching their heads
Hundreds of Christians are flocking to church to witness a 'miracle' painting of the Virgin Mary who appears to join in with the Lord's prayer.
Stunned believers filmed the astonishing moment her lips appeared to move on the artwork during Mass last Sunday.
Footage shows the congregation saying the 'Our Father' prayer but after several seconds it's clear several Christians are distracted by something else.
If you look closely, the Virgin Mary's mouth appears to move during the biblical reading, becoming clearer towards the end of the video.
Baffled George Akary filmed what he believes is a 'miracle' in St Charbel's church, Sydney, before posting it on Facebook.
He said: "To clarify for the viewers I saw this during mass and at the end of mass the rosary is prayed.
"I went to the altar and wanted to confirm via recording it."
Skeptics poured scorn on his viewpoint, claiming that it's a trick of the light coupled with the movement of the camera.
But George dismissed this and added: "Lights are not relevant as i have seen this occur under various lighting and have considered those possibilities.
"It is what it is... I also did notice whilst the people were praying the lips sped up or slowed down to the prayer been said."
Stunned Facebook user Rita Taouk wrote: "Absolutely beautiful," while Rania Boustani simply commented: "Wow."