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What do you think about Medjugorje? A lot of people have gone there, and I was wondering if I should go.

 
Yes, a lot of people have gone there. Just like you, though, I’ve never been there. And I wouldn’t worry about it, because we’re in good company—from what I’ve heard, the Blessed Virgin has never been there either.

 

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I recommend Kevin Orlin Johnson’s Twenty Questions About Medjugorje (Dallas: Pangæus Press, 1999). Dr. Johnson gives clear, authoritative answers to questions about what Rome has really said about the so-called apparitions of Medjugorje. You can order this booklet direct from the publisher by sending $2.00 (includes postage and handling) to Pangaeus Press, PO Box 670127, Dallas, TX 75367.

 


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