Many events that are considered miraculous are recorded in the Old and New Testaments. As Virgin Mary has been an object of veneration in the churches of Eastern and Oriental Orthodox, Catholic and Anglican since the apostolic age, there are miracles ascribed to Her and structured into narratives. Time is a base in narrative around which all activities revolve. Miracles occur within human experience in which the hitherto observed operations of nature appear to be overruled. It is vital to see Ta''amire Maryam (Miracles by St. Mary) from the point of modern narrative theory so as to learn how and why the narratives are structured as such since the manipulation of time affects the story and the meaning. The stories under consideration are mostly those attended by Mass in Ethiopian Tewahido Orthodox Church every Sunday. The analysis helps to understand the features of the stories of the miracles which are longstanding and current. It also serves to further investigate varying aspects of narrative of the Miracles by Virgin Mary as well as look into the time frame in similar narratives for anyone interested in the subject.