“Vatican Confirms Medjugorje approval by joining the youth festival” MEDJUGORJE 2.0: MORE Facts regarding Medjugorje: This is a continuation to: “What are We to Believe About Medjugorje? Here are the Facts”.: https://priestlyconsecration.com/2019/03/what-are-we-to-believe-about-medjugorje.html It is meant to be a quick access guide to the latest facts regarding Medjugorje. May it be a gift to you and
The Deep Connections between Saint John Paul II, Medjugorje and Fatima – An Interview with Bishop Hnilica
John Paul II’s Consecration on March 25, 1984 I’ve been deeply convinced of a connection between John Paul II, Fatima and Medjugorje for a long time. This interview with Bishop Hnilica, SJ, sheds tremendous light on these connections. But first, a little about Bishop Hnilica: Bishop Hnilica giving Fatima Statue to Pope John Paul II
St. John Paul II Medjugorje: In St. John Paul II’s Own Words When speaking with people regarding Medjugorje, I often find that people either know little to nothing about the reported apparitions of Mary that have lasted over 38 years and that continue to this day… Or, they have a vague negative perception fueled by
In the midst of conflicting reports and opinions, what are we to believe about Medjugorje? Here are facts regarding Medjugorje. May they provide help in discerning the authenticity of these daily reported apparitions. (I’ve written much about Medjugorje. To find out more, click on the links at the end of this article.) Fact: St. John
John Paul II, we love you! John Paul II, we love you! John Paul II, we love you! I can still hear this chant echoing in my soul. I was blessed to be part of the nearly one million souls who welcomed him in Denver in 1993, celebrating the theme: “I came that they might
On this Friday of the Fourth Week of Lent, I offer three of Our Lady’s messages on fasting for us to ponder. May we reflect deeply on the power God gives to our sacrifices and prayers: “The best fast is on bread and water. Through fasting and prayer one can stop wars, one can suspend
“I am all yours, and all that I have is yours, O most loving Jesus, through Mary, your most holy Mother” (True Devotion, 233). DAY 22 of 33: SECTION 3: Entering into the 7 last words of Jesus and Mary Contemplating the Sorrowful Mysteries with Mary, St. Maximilian Kolbe, St. Mother Teresa and St.
Detail of Pentecost, painted by Jean II Restout, 1732. I was praying in adoration this morning and felt an overwhelming desire to pray for the Holy Spirit. We have been reading Jesus say to us (in the daily Mass readings from John), again and again, that we can ask the Father for whatever we wish in
I’m so grateful! My article has been returned to me after it inexplicably disappeared from my website! I got it back through an amazing Facebook friend who searched and searched – finally finding it online attached to another of my articles – although it wasn’t attached in my view … or was anywhere I could
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