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by Sister Emmanuel




This inspirational collection of 89 stories reflects on the mystical events surrounding Medjugorje. Included is each monthly message beginning in January 1990 through September 1997. This up-to-date book holds many stories of conversion and healing. Told by the villagers, visionaries, and visiting pilgrims, it is sure to warm any heart!
Download Medjugorje, The 90's epub
ISBN: 1891903055
ISBN13: 978-1891903052
Category: Bibles
Subcategory: Catholicism
Author: Sister Emmanuel
Publisher: St. Andrew's Productions (November 1997)
Pages: 356 pages
ePUB size: 1489 kb
FB2 size: 1516 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 796
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Alsantrius
Having been to Medjugorje, the book was a revisiting of all the blessings that we received in that journey. Sr. Emmanuel provided many opportunities to strengthen and deepen what we learned in bringing Our Lady's messages to fruition in our daily lives. Highly recommend this for those who have been or long to go.
Kagrel
There are few books that can be given to people who are not acquainted with the

visions of Mary in Medjugore that have real life stories. Wayne Weible's first book

turned me back to my church in 1986 or so, and I have given away many of those. Now, in 2005, I intend to order several copies of this book which shows the fruits of Medjugore, to give to others. It is wonderful!
Simple fellow
I'm buying three more copies to give away. Sister Emmanuel lives in Medjugorje and knows the visionaries well. She has numerous stories to tell about what has happened, what it means and how the visionaries are responding. Info I haven't seen in other Medjugorje books. It makes you a believer. It inspires you in your own life. It is not a year-by-year historical account. It is a collection of stories about people who have come to Medjugorje and how their lives have changed. And much more.
Jugore
Danger! I used to believe that the apparitions of Medjugorje were true (partially because of this book) but I recently found out that it is a fraud.
These apparitions have been condemned by both Msgr Zanic and his successor Msgr Peric, bishops of Mostar, who have authority over Medjugorje.
The quotes in favor of Medjugorje, attributed to the pope and Sister Lucia of Fatima, could not be proved and are most likely lies.
I really recommend to take the challenge of learning more about the hidden side of Medjugorje by reading as many articles as possible on this page: [...]
In particular, the article by Msgr Zanic, "The Truth about Medjugorje" ([...]) is most helpful.
I am afraid that there is a lot of unfounded propaganda in this book.