|Our Lady's message given through Mirjana, Dec. 2nd 2013|
Dear children, with a motherly love and a motherly patience I am looking at your ceaseless wandering and how lost you are. That is why I am with you. I desire to help you to first find and come to know yourself, so that, then, you would be able to recognise and to admit everything that does not permit you to get to know the love of the Heavenly Father, honestly and wholeheartedly. My children, the Father comes to be known through the cross. Therefore, do not reject the cross. Strive to comprehend and accept it with my help. When you will be able to accept the cross you will also understand the love of the Heavenly Father; you will walk with my Son and with me; you will differ from those who have not come to know the love of the Heavenly Father, those who listen to him but do not understand him, those who do not walk with him who have not come to know him. I desire for you to come to know the truth of my Son and to be my apostles; that, as children of God, you may rise above the human way of thinking and always, and in everything, seek Gods way of thinking, anew. My children, pray and fast that you may be able to recognise all of this which I am seeking of you. Pray for your shepherds and long to come to know the love of your Heavenly Father, in union with them. 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
"Few souls understand what God would accomplish in them if they were to abandon themselves unreservedly to Him and if they were to allow His grace to mold them accordingly." - St. Ignatius Loyola