Medjugorje: The 90's

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Queenship Publishing Company, 1997 - Religion - 376 pages
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Sister Emmanuel offers a pure echo of Medjugorje, the eventful village where the Mother of God has been appearing since 1981. She shares at length some of the personal stories of the villagers, the visionaries, and the pilgrims who flock there by the thousands, receiving great healings. Eight years of awe have inspired this book. These 89 stories offer a glimpse into the miracles of Mary's motherly love.

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January
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June
18
August
25
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Sister Emmanuel tells that after receiving her first calling to the Beatitudes Community in 1976, she received another calling - to serve Our Lady in Medjugorje. Sent by her community, she initiated the first branch of the community in Medjugorje in 1989. During the Balkan war in the 90s, Sister Emmanuel became known for her regular faxes about the situation in Herzegovina, always related to the mission of Our Lady. She has had an enormous impact on France, stimulating an extensive response to Medjugorje among French pilgrims, but her apostolate has broadened as her books have been translated into 22 languages and she has traveled widely to make Medjugorje known, particularly in the United States. Today, "Les Enfants de Medjugorje" and "Children of Medjugorje, Inc." allow her to be connected everyday to thousands of people around the world, who are motivated by and spreading, the messages of Our Lady in their own humble way. Sister says that her greatest joy is to be part of a family formed by Our Lady, and being Her extended heart and hands for her children, especially those who do not yet know the love of God.

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