Holy figures appear in everyday objects. Do you see them?
A tree stump that many say looks like a silhouette of the Virgin Mary has brought thousands of worshipers to St. Mary's parish church in Rathkaele, Ireland, where a makeshift shrine has been built.
Jesus on TV? A woman in Port St. Lucie, Florida, says she took a photo of her television and in the image was a reflection of Jesus praying.
This hefty granite slab would have sold for $1,500 if it hadn't been for one observant customer who saw an image of Jesus in the rock -- and now it's worth a lot more.
A family in Splendora, Texas says an image of Jesus was created by mold in their bathroom. "People say your house is blessed," Chyanna Richards told ABC's Houston station, KTRK. "I see the head, the hair, a cloak."
While making pancakes for her family, Bianca Lopez spotted the religious image on her final pancake of the day. "I think it's God's way of telling us that the holidays aren't just about presents, it's about more spending time with your family."
A viewer of KOAT submitted this image of a sliced potato with what appear to be Lenten crosses.
Don Taylor spotted this high-voltage Jesus near Littleton on a phone pole. He told ABC7 in Denver that he was stopped in his tracks when he saw the unusual vine growth across from a church, which appears to be the form of a crucified Jesus Christ.
Julie Cooney and her husband were stocking up on firewood in Danville, Indiana when they saw this image of the virgin Mary and baby Jesus on a log.
According to ABC affiliate KTNV, Magdalena Nelson was cleaning her toilet last week when she noticed what she described as Jesus' likeness in an "I Love Vegas" bumper sticker plastered on the bowl.
The owners of Posh Pizza in Australia not only spotted the holy image on this pie, they put it up for sale on eBay, according to Australia's Herald Sun. It ultimately sold for about $158. Posh Pizza said the money would be donated to a charity.
Liz Bullock says she was taking pictures in the High Desert of California when she snapped a few shots of the flower and spotted the image of Jesus.
Linda Lowe discovered what she believes to be an image of Jesus in her grilled cheese sandwich.
Sarah Crane, 38, was amazed when she went to collect her washing and realized she had the most holy pair of socks in Britain.
David Sandoval of Albuquerque said he found an image of Jesus on the side of a tortilla -- coincidentally on Ash Wednesday. He posted a picture on Facebook. "Everybody has been able to see it. They're calling it a miracle," Sandoval said.
Jim Lawry, of Brooklyn, Ohio, found bird droppings on a windshield that he believes look similar to Christ's face.
People crowd around a tree at 60th Street and Bergenline Ave. in West New York, N.J., which has an opening, that some believe looks like the image of the Our Lady of Guadalupe depiction of the Virgin Mary, shown in the card below.
The structures making up the face is composed of the heart, blood vessels and bronchi and was seen during an examination of the thoracic spine via an open MRI machine by radiologists Christopher Vittore and Kevin Tribble.
Ruth Davis, a reader of the Bournemouth Echo, sent in this image of what looks to be the face of Jesus on the side of a mixing bowl.