Publisher description for The visions of the children : the apparitions of the Blessed Mother at Medjugorje / Janice T. Connell.

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In Medjugorje, on June 25, 1981, five teenagers and a nine-year-old began telling others that they were seeing the Blessed Virgin Mary on a local mountain with the Infant Christ in her arms. The visions of the children continued daily. The Blessed Virgin Mary, who identified herself as the “Queen of Peace” on that day continues to bring messages for the entire world.

Like Lourdes and Fatima before it, Medjugorje has become a holy site for worshippers around the world. The Visions of the Children, Revised and Updated Edition features exclusive conversations with the six apparitioners who have been receiving, since June 1981, visions and messages of the Virgin Mary. After 25 years, three of the original visionaries continue to see the Blessed Mother daily.

This revised and updated edition includes:
-new information on the six visionaries who first saw Mary at Medjugorje
-Messages from the Virgin Mary through June 2006
-extraordinary secrets about the final chapter in the history of the world
-A new, updated list of Marian Centers worldwide.

This is a must have volume for anyone interested in the Blessed Virgin Mary, Marian apparitions, or Mejugorgje.

Janice T. Connell is an attorney and the author of Angel Power and Meetings with Mary. She is a dynamic lecturer who speaks all over the United States and abroad.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Mary, -- Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Apparitions and miracles -- Bosnia and Hercegovina -- Me³ugorje.
Me³ugorje (Bosnia and Hercegovina) -- Religious life and customs.
Children -- Bosnia and Hercegovina -- Me³ugorje -- Religious life.