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The People's Madonna/an Account of the…

The People's Madonna/an Account of the Visions of Mary at Medjugorje

by Joan Ashton

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Since 1981, Medjugorje has been the location of one of the strangest phenomena in the religious world. Six children claim to have seen a vision of the Virgin Mary almost daily, first on a stony hillside and then in or around the village church. The children claim to have been entrusted with ten secrets, one of which will be a permanent sign on the hillside. The visions have been surrounded by many supernatural occurances and healings, to which a large number of people - believers and non-believers - have been witness. The Virgin's message is said to be one of peace and unity, but has also contained many specific instructions. This book should appeal to both Christians and non-Christians, considering both the facts and the likely authenticity of the vision, and the content of the messages. Joan Ashton is an Anglican laywoman and is the author of "Mother of Nations".

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