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Medjugorje - The Message
January 2nd, 2000 - "At this great and holy time in which you have entered..."
October 25th, 2021 - "Return to prayer..."
November 25th, 2021 - "... I am calling all of you to be carriers of peace and love in this world ..."
Calendar 2021 is out!
See news article below
- news of appoijntment mgr. Cavalli as apostolic visitator for Medjugorje added
- messages of December 25th, October 25th 2021 added
- news on Vicka and Mirjana added
- broken livestream repaired
- news of death of mgr. Hoser added
Queen of Peace
March 18th, 2020 - "love each other because without love there is no salvation"
March 2nd, 2020 - "it is the time of vigil and I ask you for love, not to judge — anyone, for the Heavenly Father will judge everyone"
November 25th, 2017 - "live in grace and the expectation of your personal meeting with Him"
August 2nd, 2017 - "When my Son comes to the earth anew, He will look for love in your hearts"
June 2nd, 2017 - "My children, be ready. This time is a turning point"
Messages were given the 2nd of the
month 9 AM and are at the moment given the 25th of the
month 6.40 PM and March 18th, June 25th and December
25th in the afternoon
Medjugorje.eu does not bring rumours
from anonymous sources, "inside information", often
later contradicting, only real news
Tomislav Vlasic's letter to Pope John Paul II, the
official letter of the chaplain of Medjugorje to the Pope
about the events in Medjugorje. In his letter of December
16, 1983, to the Pope, Tomislav Vlasic reports some
revelations received by Mirjana in 1982, and confided to him
November 5, 1983. This letter is essential to anyone who
wants to understand the severity and scope of the messages
|The mother of God appears at Medjugorje (some 2 pages on paper), complete contents of a folding card on Medjugorje, with an overview of the messages of the Blessed Virgin and for Holland and Belgium phone numbers for listening to the most recent monthly message to the world, as well as addresses, phone numbers and books for more information.|
|Miracle at Medjugorje (some 20 pages on paper), complete contents of the original columns tabloid of Wayne Weible, a Lutheran protestant who received an internal call to spread the message of Our Lady, one of the worlds foremost promoters of the messages, author of several books on Medjugorje; of the tabloid are over 25 million in print.|
|All 1300 messages from the beginning until today on one page – first message first, last message last (some 200 pages on paper), complete contents of the message part of the book Messages and Teachings of Mary at Medjugorje by René Laurentin and René Lejeune, translated from the French and published by the Riehle Foundation, Milford OH, U.S.A., 1988 and extended with the messages until this day from the web site of Medjugorje itself, Medjugorje - Svetiste "Kraljice Mira" (Shrine of "The Queen of Peace") and other web sites related to Medjugorje. This is the only page in the world where all messages from the beginning in 1981 until present are given chronologically, first message first, last message last, as one long Internet page that can be saved (ctrl-s), printed (ctrl-p) and searched (ctrl-f). If you have a mobile phone that can browse the Internet, this page provides an easy way to show the messages to others. If you have difficulty loading this page, try to switch the loading of images or videos to "ask" or "off" in the settings of your Internet browser. This is especially helpful on older equipment. It is recommended to save this page (ctrl-s) or the entire website (with a program like WinHTTrack or Wget) regularly, so one can read the messages in case the Internet does not work.|
of Medjugorje - 1986 BBC Medjugorje documentary (54
An early but important documentary about Medjugorje made for the BBC in 1986. This was five years after the apparitions began but while the country was still living under communist rule.
Documentary Pilgrims 2009 (58 minutes)
The story of pilgrims who flock to the shrine of Medjugorje.
Or go the video section of your preferred web search engine, for
instance video.google.com and make a search for Medjugorje.
Click on the arrow in the video to get the video start playing.
If you prefer full screen, then click in the lower right hand
corner on the rectangle.If the video comes in slower than you
watch it and the video shows "hiccups", one can try downloading
the video first with one of the methods described in the Save
video-section and then watch the video smoothly with a freeware
professional video player like for instance VLC, that you can
download and install from for instance www.videolan.org.
|Medjugorje - The Message, cover and cover texts of Wayne Weible's first book concerning Medjugorje. First published in 1989, 20th printing in April 1995. When ordered directly from Paraclete Press, $12.95. Chapter 21 - Rita's Story treats the miraculous healing of multiple sclerosis of Rita Klaus.|
For travelling to Medjugorje in corona times, see
the news item
updated - Friday September 11th 2020 - How to travel to Medjugorje on a pilgrimage in corona times
or How to get get into Bosnia and Herzegovina within 48 hours after testing
LocationWhere is Medjugorje?, by Google Maps. Google Maps has new very detailed satellite photos of Medjugorje! See the church, Hill of Apparitions (Podbrdo) and Mountain of the Cross (Krizevac).
|Skyscanner. The cheapest chairs you can find by choosing e.g. English, one-way tickets and then keeping the search as broad as possible, using "everywhere" and "whole year", then narrowing your search. To use "everywhere" as departure (e.g. to find out from which countries you can fly cheap to a certain destination), search for flights from that destination to "everywhere". A budget return ticket consists simply of two budget one-way tickets, so you can also arrive at e.g. Sarajevo, but depart from e.g. Split. Since normal flight companies have started also with cheap tickets, one has to look also at sites like Atp. From Sarajevo Airport you can take a bus and switch on the main road to a tram to the bus and train station in the middle of the city - the real "city centre" is at the eastern part of Sarajevo. From Split Airport run airport buses to the port/bus/train station in the city centre.|
|By train to Medjugorje (only in Dutch so far) gives an impression. European timetables can be found with the travel planner of Die Bahn, the German Railways, or for the mobile phone with the DB Navigator App, both are in English (the planners know no 'Šurmanci' or 'Mostar', use 'Sarajevo' or 'Ploce'). If you want to travel along the beautiful route along the Rhine, choose via 'Koblenz' in the travel planner. An Interrail ticket for 5 out of 15 days unlimited travel through Europe (€200 for youth, €264 for adults, €238 for seniors) costs half the price of a normal train return ticket to Medjugorje, is cheaper than a two way ticket of a jet liner, is valid in most high speed trains and can still be bought on the day of departure. Usually it is from Europe two days by train so you have one day left. Nowadays one can travel in one day by train from for instance Holland to Zagreb (in the advanced options of Die Bahn uncheck everything that is slower then a fast train, NV=NahVerkehr=stop train, buses, etc., otherwise you will see only buses instead of trains to Zagreb). One can take also a night train from Munich to Zagreb. In 2017 Bosnian-Herzegovinan Railways confirmed by telephone that the train line Sarajevo-Čapljina/Medjugorje (all inside Bosnia-Herzegovina, map), is reopened with a new, express train, now arriving in Čapljina in summer before sunset (timetable). So you can enjoy the most beautiful train line of Europe, through the Neretva valley, now in full splendour. However, the train does not stop any more in Šurmanci (8 km from and without buses to Medjugorje), but in Čapljina (16 km from and with buses to Medjugorje). The train line Banja-Luka-Sarajevo also runs, but not at connecting times. Cross border connections Zagreb (Croatia)-Banja-Luka (Bosnia) and Čapljina (Bosnia)-Ploče (Croatia) are still being negotiated. The resulting advice is to take the train to Zagreb, possibly in one day (then one enjoys the Alps in daylight), then sleep in Zagreb, then go to Sarajevo by bus from the bus station in Zagreb, which is close to the train station, and then take the express train from Sarajevo to Čapljina, then take the bus to Medjugorje. In 2017 express trains leave from Sarajevo at 7.01 AM and 4.26 PM to Mostar and Čapljina. Express trains leave from Čapljina at 5.52 AM and 7.25 PM to Mostar and Sarajevo. The train line extends to the Adriatic coast at Ploče. Few people know Ploče has a combined bus/train station/airport, but the airport is not developed for Medjugorje.|
international buses to Croatia and Bosnia. From Sarajevo,
Split or Dubrovnik it is three hours by regional bus (from
Sarajevo also by train) to Medjugorje for a few Euros. There
is at least one bus directly from these cities to Medjugorje
a day. E.g. In the summer of 2009 a direct bus leaves
Sarajevo for Medjugorje at 4.45 PM, stopping in Mostar at
the Muslim train/bus station and then at the Croatian bus
station, arriving before sunset in Medjugorje. But often
a quicker way to travel is to take a regional bus to a
city close to Medjugorje and then take a bus from there to
Medjugorje. For example, from Sarajevo to Mostar the
buses go every hour on the hour. And from Mostar to
Medjugorje there are 10 or so buses daily: 4 or so from the
Muslim train+bus station and 6 or so from the newly rebuilt
Croat bus station. If you have to travel from the Muslim
station in east Mostar to the Croat bus station in west
Mostar: it is a 2 km walk over the Neretva river, crossing
the former front line (Boulevard). From Split or Dubrovnik
the buses run at least every hour to Ploče, from Ploče buses
(or train) run several times a day to Medjugorje.
Travel tipSince cheap flights to Sarajevo have started, I advise to take a cheap flight to Sarajevo, have a beautiful express train ride to Čapljina and then either take the bus to Medjugorje or have yourself picked up in Čapljina by car by your pension keeper of Medjugorje. Čapljina, 16 km from Medjugorje, has a large waiting room, café outside and some buses and taxis. The flight departure times from e.g. Cologne to Sarajevo are not so very early, so less people have to spend a night sleeping in e.g. Cologne and more people can travel cheap in one day to Medjugorje.
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