January 2nd, 2000 - "At this great and holy time in which you have entered..."
August 26th, 2016 - "Do not speak about my messages, but live my messages"
messages of August 26th, 25th, 12th and 2nd 2016 added
link to video of performance of Jimmy of Mary's Meals at Youth Festival added
link to supporting letter of cardinal Schönborn added
14 messages to Mirjana from February 2nd 1990 until 2005 added
Messages at the moment are given at
least at the 2nd and 25th of the month and at March
18th, June 25th and December 25th
Medjugorje.eu does not bring rumours
from anonymous sources, "inside information", often
later contradicting, only real news
|Father 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 of Medjugorje.
|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 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.|
|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.|
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. The timetable from Sarajevo to Šurmanci, the most spectacular part, can be found at the travel planner of the Željeznice Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine, the Bosnian and Herzegovinan Rail roads. However, the rail road is made by the Austrian-Hungarian Empire in the 19th century and on this route there are frequent locomotive failures. Then another locomotive needs to come from another city, which takes hours. So if you like adventure, this is for you, but do take some extra time in your schedule. Sunset is early in Bosnia and Herzegovina, even with summer time. The resulting advice is to try to take morning trains between Sarajevo and Šurmanci to enjoy the awesome scenery. In 2015 trains leave from Šurmanci at 6.37 AM to Mostar, Sarajevo and Zagreb, 10.33 AM to Čapljina and Ploče, 6.43 PM to Mostar and Sarajevo and 10.02 PM to Čapljina. The train line ends at the Adriatic coast at Ploče. Few people know Ploče has a combined bus/train station/airport, but the airport is not developed for Medjugorje. In 2016, the railroad between Zagreb and Sarajevo was operating, however, the railroad between Sarajevo and Ploče, including Šurmanci /Medjugorje, was not operating and "under construction".|
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 train ride to Medjugorje and then have yourself picked up in Šurmanci, 5 km from the church, by car by your pension keeper of Medjugorje. Remember that sunset is early in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Šurmanci has no waiting room, buses or taxis. Čapljina, one station further, 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. In 2016, since Šurmanci isn't functioning, I would recommend taking a flight or train ride to Split or Sarajevo and go by bus from there to Medjugorje as described above.
|Home, sweet home||
last 1000 visitors
|Friday August 26th, 2016|