Medjugorje News & Articles
Added July 6, 2014 / Category: Other
By Marco Corvaglia
As it is known, the Great Sign (or Great Miracle, linked to the so-called Third Secret), vainly expected in Medjugorje for nearly 33 years, is undeniably inspired by the Great Miracle of Garabandal, where it was expected by 1964. In conjunction of it, according to the promise of the alleged Madonna of Garabandal, Joey Lomangino would have get back his eyes, that had been surgically removed.
On 18 June 2014, at the age of 83, Joey Lomangino has died. As it is obvious, he did not regain his sight and, moreover, in Garabandal no Great Miracle happened. Among the devotees of Medjugorje, those who love the truth can derive the consequences.
Added June 28, 2014 / Category: Testimonies
By Michael H. Brown
In May of 1988, when I first went to Medjugorje, the famed apparition site, I was furious.
The first morning there, I was convinced it was a case of mass hysteria.
As a journalist I was geared to observe circumstances, and what I saw concerned me greatly.
Added December 8, 2013 / Category: Medjugorje in the Catholic Church, Medjugorje and Vatican
Other languages: English, Italiano
By the Bishops of Tuscany
During the "ad limina Apostolorum” visit of Bishops of the Region of Tuscany, from April 16-20, 2007 we had a meeting at the Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith with the Secretary Monsignor Angelo Amato, who, while talking with us about the apparitions of Medjugorje, invited us to make public the homily of the Bishop of Mostar of June 15, 2006 given at St. James Parish in Medjugorje (see below), to make clear the religious phenomenon connected to this place.
Added November 25, 2013 / Category: Testimonies
By Steve G.
Some supporters of the Medjugorje phenomenon point to the substantial number of conversions as evidence that the “apparitions” must be authentic. Sceptics are written off because they “don’t understand” how Medjugorje has changed so many lives and how pilgrimages to Medjugorje have been so instrumental.
Well, I’ve been there and done all that. Even bought some souvenirs at the local gift shop. But I still don’t believe in Medjugorje. Here’s my story.
Added November 18, 2013 / Category: Medjugorje News
By Jimmy Akin
Many people are wondering what will happen at the end of the current investigation of Medjugorje.
As a result, they’re trying to figure out what attitude Pope Francis takes toward the reported apparitions.
On Thursday, Pope Francis made remarks which some people think tipped his hand and revealed his attitude.
Here are 10 things to know and share . . .
Added November 10, 2013 / Category: Medjugorje News
By Diane M. Korzeniewski
I have a few more thoughts and questions with yesterday's news that the CDF informed the US bishops that, "clerics and the faithful are not permitted to participate in meetings, conferences or public celebrations during which the credibility of such 'apparitions' would be taken for granted."
Added November 9, 2013 / Category: Medjugorje News
By Stefano Pertusati
A letter from the Vatican effectively canceling the U.S. tour of a Medjugorje visionary doesn't seem to bode well for Medjugorje believers.
Added October 25, 2013 / Category: Testimonies
Added August 1, 2013 / Category: Medjugorje News, Festival Mladifest
Medjugorje, August 1 – 6, 2013
Added June 8, 2013 / Category: Testimonies
By Louise Roseingrave
The voice was an eerie guttural, horrible sound, ferociously angry.
The body was thrashing; it took six men to control its charged strength. The crowd was praying feverishly in Italian, ‘Santa Maria, prega per noi.’ Those words now etched in my memory. I had gone with an open mind to Medjugorje, Bosnia Herzegovina, where Our Lady has been appearing to six visionaries for the past 32 years. But I wasn’t expecting to meet the devil.
I was wandering by St James’ Church, where millions of pilgrims attend beautiful masses and prayer services, when I stumbled upon an exorcism.