|Our Lady's message given through Mirjana, August 2nd 2013|
Dear children; If only you would open your hearts to me with complete trust, you would comprehend everything. You would comprehend with how much love I am calling you; with how much love I desire to change you, to make you happy; with how much love I desire to make you followers of my Son and give you peace in the fullness of my Son. You would comprehend the immeasurable greatness of my motherly love. That is why, my children, pray because through prayer your faith grows and love is born, the love along which even the cross is not unendurable because you do not carry it alone. In union with my Son you glorify the name of the Heavenly Father. Pray, pray for the gift of love, because love is the only truth: it forgives everything, it serves everyone and it sees a brother in everyone. My children, my apostles, great is the trust that the Heavenly Father has given you through me, His handmaid, to help those who do not know Him, that they may reconcile with Him and follow Him. That is why I am teaching you to love, because only if you have love will you be able to respond to Him. Again I am calling you to love your shepherds and to pray that, at this difficult time, the name of my Son may be glorified under their guidance. Thank you.
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|The first days|
|Fr. Slavko Barbaric|
|The Prayer Program|
|The Apparition hill|
|School Sr. of St. Francis|
|Stations of the Cross|
|The 21th Int. Youth Prayer Festival|
I give you the weapon against your Goliath, here are your little stones:
1. Pray the Rosary
3. Holy Bible
5. Monthly confession
"Medjugorje is a pilgrim- and peace-movement because the people by their coming to Medjugorje find here the inner peace." - Fr. T. Pervan