April 15, 2010

Rome (IKA) – The Holy See Press Office published on April 13, 2010 report from the first session of International Investigative Commission on Medjugorje, held on March 26th,2010. International Investigative Commission on Medjugorje is being presided over by Cardinal Camillo Ruini, who used to be Vicar of Rome Diocese and includes several cardinals and archbishops, […]

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Possibility of New Diocese for Medjugorje Floated

April 10, 2010

Rome, Italy, March 22 (CNA) .- Following last week’s announcement that a commission is being formed to investigate possible Marian apparitions at Medjugorje, a typically well-informed Vatican journalist has reported that a new diocese could be formed in the area to include the Bosnian city. Taking territory currently under the jurisdiction of three other dioceses, […]

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Caviezel credits ‘Passion’ role to Medjugorje

April 5, 2010

Sunday, April 04, 2010 • In February Jim Caviezel made his sixth pilgrimage to Medjugorje and afterwards travelled to Vienna where he gave an interview to Christian Stelzer for the magazine Oase des Friedens. The Croatian translation is published in the latest edition of the Medjugorje parish magazine Glasnik mira. • Jim, can you tell […]

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March 25, 2010

Press office of Holy See reported on Wednesday, March 17th that Holy See, as a part of Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, established International Commission that will be investigating phenomenon of Medjugorje. Camillo Ruini is the Chairman of Commission that was made of cardinals, bishops and experts. During the press conference in Vatican, […]

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March 25, 2010

Archbishop Allessandro D’Errico, Apostolic Nuncio to Bosnia and Herzegovina, gave statement about Medjugorje on March 18th at the end of 48th Bishop’s Conference of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the statement broadcasted by Radio Mir Medjugorje, he amongst other things said: “Whenever I would meet Holy Father, he was always very much interested in Medjugorje. He […]

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Medjugorje – First Time Ever Vatican to Investigate Apparition Site While Ongoing?

March 19, 2010

By Daniel Klimek  March 18, 2010 – The recent announcement by the Vatican to investigate the nearly 30-year long phenomena of Medjugorje is striking. The international commission to be led by Cardinal Camillo Ruini is in many ways groundbreaking. This constitutes the first time in Church history wherein the highest office of the Holy See […]

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Pope John Paul II “Medjugorje – The Spiritual Heart of the World”

March 16, 2010

By Daniel Klimek, March 13, 2010 – Pope John Paul II once powerfully observed, “Today’s world has lost its sense of the supernatural, but many are searching for it –and find it in Medjugorje, through prayer, penance, and fasting.” The late pontiff and future saint, his holiness, spoke these words on August 1, 1989,while addressing […]

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Bishop’s ‘outstanding experience’ in Medjugorje

January 18, 2010

FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 2010 Bishop Seamus Hegarty of the Derry diocese in Ireland is one of many prelates who have made a private pilgrimage to Medjugorje. He travelled there in July 1987 (when he was bishop of Raphoe) and afterwards gave this testimony. I had heard so much about the Medjugorje phenomenon and, as things […]

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“I want to return to Medjugorje,” says Cardinal

January 8, 2010

Friday, January 08, 2010 “I want to return to Medjugorje,” says Cardinal In an interview given to Cardinal Schönborn, the Archbishop of Vienna, has made more comment about his time spent in Medjugorje recently . He said that it was rather unusual for a Cardinal to visit Medjugorje as a pilgrim but has since […]

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Cardinal Christoph Schonborn in “Vecernji List”, newspaper in Bosnia and Herzegovina

January 4, 2010

Interviewer: “Medjugorje is again in the center of attention, church and public as well. Though the visit of Cardinal Shonborn is private, it did not leave anybody indifferent because he is a member of Congregation for Doctrine of Faith. We talked to Cardinal while he was visiting Medjugorje. We came here to be close to […]

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