Hindi nasunog! Photos of preserved images of saints despite burned down house go viral

Hindi nasunog! Photos of preserved images of saints despite burned down house go viral

- An ancestral house in Passi City, Iloilo was razed by fire but the religious statues and the crucifix remained well-preserved

- The family shared the photos on social media, as well as their own story

- They themselves could not believe it but they attest that the whole room was totally burned, and such can be seen from the photos

- The crucifix has remained in pristine condition, the cabinet where the other religious statues were kept also remained intact

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A family shared photos of their ancestral home, which was clearly razed by fire.

The house, which is located in Passi, Iloilo City, was burned but the religious statues remained intact.

Hindi nasunog! Photos of preserved images of saints despite burned down house go viral
Photo: Pao Paginado Dehan
Source: Facebook

ABS-CBN reported that the family of Pao Paginado Dehan believe that there was divine intervention why the religious items were not burned.

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The wall where the crucifix was was all covered in soot, and yet the crucifix was still intact.

Authorities reported that the fire was brought about by a problem in electrical connection.

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The Catholic Church, sometimes called as the Roman Catholic Church, is the largest Christian church, with approximately 1.3 billion baptized Catholics worldwide as of 2018.

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