Medjugorje apparitions

I and many others totally disagree with Joe Zammit who asked: “Are the Medjugorje apparitions and their daily messages a fake?” (December 5).

I contacted Wayne Weible, author and expert on the Medjugorje events. This is what he wrote to me with regard to the above letter:

“Thank you for your e-mail concerning the comments attributed to the Pope. First, they do not refer to Medjugorje...; second, the Blessed Virgin does not give daily messages there. She gives two public messages each month directed to all of us.

“It appears to me to be a comment by whoever published the article. I can assure you that in 32-plus years of daily apparitions a fake or false visionary would have been revealed. Nothing but good fruit has come from this holy site, which has seen three popes support it unofficially and make positive comments about it. You may quote me on this by name. I have written nine books on the apparitions and have been there 115 times.”

One of the messages of the Blessed Virgin, of May 25, 1987, which is addressed to all humanity, had a very clear message:

“Dear children! I invite each of you to start living in God’s love. Dear children, you are ready to commit sin and to give yourselves up into the hands of Satan thoughtessly.

“I invite each of you to decide for God consciously and against Satan. I am your mother.

“Therefore, I want to lead you all to complete holiness.

“I want each of you to be with me in heaven. This is, dear children, the purpose of my coming here, and my wish. Thank you for having responded to my call!”

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