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25. красавік 2023

Апошняе Пасланне з Меджугор'і, 25. красавік 2023

"Дарагія дзеці! Запрашаю ўсіх вас быць носьбітамі супакою і радасці ўваскрослага Езуса для ўсіх тых, хто далёкі ад малітвы, каб любоў Езуса праз ваша жыццё перамяніла іх да новага жыцця навяртання і святасці. Дзякуй, што адказалі на мой заклік! "

Our Lady of Medjugorie Messages - selected recommended web pages


In the beginning Our Lady made her messages known to the visionaries on a daily basis and through them to the whole world. Commencing from the 1st of March 1984, Our Lady began to give weekly messages on Thursdays to the parish community, and through them to the rest of the world. Since some of the things that Our Lord desired were fulfilled, as Our Lady said, from the 25th of January 1987 onwards, Our Lady would give her monthly message on the 25th of each month This has continued up until the present. Mirjana Dragicevic-Soldo, Ivanka Ivankovic-Elez and Jakov Colo had daily apparitions until 1982, 1985, i.e. 1998. Since then, Our Lady appears to them once a year and gives a message.

Current date and time in Medjugorie : ,

Medjugorie - selected recommended web pages


From the beginning of Medjugorie apparitions in June 1981, Medjugorie (in Bosnia and Herzegovina, an Ex-Yugoslavia country) became an important source of God's grace and encouragement for faith for millions of people. Medjugorie Apparitions are not only grace for individuals and communities. Prayers and changed hearts of people - filled with love and peace, and humanitarian activities and projects influenced by Medjugorie without doubt help make this world a better place. Maybe more, than we would expect.

For God to live in your hearts, you must love.

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