Medjugorje Web Sites Links

links to other web sites

  • Medjugorje Deutschland ^

    Languages: German

    Medjugorje Information, News, Messages, Pilgrimages, Shop, Prayer groups in Germany.

  • Medjugorje WebSite ^

    Languages: English , German , Italian , Spanish , French , Polish , Croatian , Slovak , Slovenian , Bulgarian , Russian , Latvian , Portuguese , Norwegian , Vietnamese , Dutch

    Multilingual website about Virgin Mary apparitions in Medjugorje - articles, messages from Our Lady, news, videos, novena, pictures and photo gallery, secrets, reflections, spiritual life, visionaries and links.

  • Medžugorje - Mednarodni festival mladih ^

    Languages: English , Croatian , Slovenian

    Photos, songs in mp3 to listen and download, texts of songs, music notes from International Youth Festivals.

  • Svetište Kraljice Mira Međugorje ^

    Languages: Croatian , English , German , Polish , French , Italian , Spanish

    The official website of Medjugorje parish. Contains many documents and photos.

  • Maria a Medjugorje ^

    Languages: Italian

    A Medjugorje website contributing namely by dozens of Medjugorje and catholic documents in Italian language. There is also list of prayer groups and pilgrimage offices in Italy. A must see website for those who speak Italian language.

  • Katolis ^

    Languages: Latvian

    General Information about Medjugorje, messages, fotos, magazines Echo of Medjugorje and Voice of Medjugorje, catholic books which can be read online or downloaded, various catholic documents, Bible atlas, presentations. A must see for those who speaks Latvian.

  • Centro de Informações Católico em Língua Portuguesa sobre as Aparições de Nossa Senhora em Medjugorje ^

    Languages: Portuguese

  • Marianské Centrum Medžugorie Bratislava ^

    Languages: Slovak

    Medjugorje Messages, Free magazine Medjugorje (in Slovak Language) and books about Medjugorje.

  • Međugorje Slovenske strani ^

    Languages: Slovenian

    General information and news about Medjugorje, Medjugorje Messages and Novena, Photos, Audio, Video, prayer groups in Slovenia.

  • Меджугор'є - там де Небо сходиться з Землею ^

    Languages: Ukrainian

    The only Ukrainian website offering the Medjugorje messages, photos, videos, music and forum.

  • Medjugorje International Relief ^

    Languages: English

    Medjugorje International Relief is a charity based in the UK, started in 1993 in response to the needs of refugees in Bosnia; it has sent millions of pounds worth of aid to 28 countries over the past 14 years. The site contains information on the origins of the charity and the convoys to Bosnia, a large range of downloadable bi-annual reports, how to get involved area. Special schools section with details of the shoebox appeal and backpack appeal and downloadable appeal letter showing how to get involved. Sections on different projects from around the world e.g. Slave redemption in the Sudan, Street Children in Mongolia, Shoeboxes to Zimbabwe and Liberia, Food to Refugees, donations of Blankets, clothes and medical supplies. Section on recycling and fundraising activites. A good links page to many Catholic/Christian sites including Media, Missionaries, Pro-life Charities, Medjugorje sites including the shrine website. Photo galleries and testimonies from our suffering brothers and sisters and how your help will make a difference. Features section includes information on the Icon of Our Lady, Queen of Peace and its movements and also a new venture to set-up an internet radio station to broadcast the prayer of the Rosary, JPII Rosary Radio. Informations, documents and videos related to Medjugorje apparitions, informations about other Marian apparitions, prayers, devotions, catechesis and other Catholic documents.

  • Mary's Meals ^

    Languages: English , German , Italian , Spanish , French , Polish , Croatian , Dutch

    Mary's Meals is a campaign set up by Scottish International Relief aimed at providing the world's 300 million chronically hungry children with an escape from poverty.

  • The Mother's Village ^

    Languages: English , Croatian , Italian , German

    “The Mother's Village” is an institution for both preschool education and the upbringing and social care for children and youth. It belongs to the Community of the Herzegovinian Franciscans of the Province of the “Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary” in Mostar, BiH. It was founded in 1993, during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

    The building and operating was started by Father Slavko Barbarić and the project was aided by the Franciscan School Sisters of “The Holy Family” from the Herzegovinian Province. The Mother’s Village evolved out of the need for protection and care for the children who were wounded by the loss of their homes and parental care during and after the war. It started working officially on September 8, 1996.

    The Mother’s Village was built and maintained by pilgrims and donors from all over the world.

    The official Medjugorje website for Czech and Slovak republic

  • Foundation Medjugorje for Children ^

    Languages: English , Italian

    This Foundation’s aim is to raise funds to finance projects in favour of children and young people in developing and non-developing countries with pressing needs for their children. It is especially involved in the care of orphans and/or abandoned children; it also provides them with a home, nutrition and spiritual assistance, as well as schooling and professional formation, thus permitting them to earn a living in sectors relative to the needs and resources of their own country. Medjugorje for Children has financed numerous projects in India, Brazil, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Romania, Poland, Madagascar, Mozambique, Chad, Guatemala, Kosovo, Ukraine, Russia, Iraq and Cambodia. "Germogli" ("Shoots"), published every four months, describes its work and projects. It also gives ample space to all children and young people in general who wish their thoughts, comments, experiences and articles related to their own world to be divulged.

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