Friday, September 18, 2009

Video:Medjugorje Visionary Marija Pavlovic-Lunetti at St. Stephen's Cathedral Vienna September 15, 2009

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Medjugorje visionary Marija Pavlovic-Lunetti at the Marian apparition at Vienna's St. Stephen's Cathedral on 15 September 2009

On Tuesday evening last thousands of people from all over Austria attended a prayer vigil for peace at St. Stephen's Cathedral Vienna (Wiener Stephansdom) - With Medjugorje visionary Marija. Cardinal Schönborn was also in attendance. Marija Pavlovic-Lunetti was special guest of honour. Maria Pavlovic-Lunetti told how her life has been gradually changed by the daily apparitions.

"None of us would have ever dreamed of such a thing. We asked ourselves: Why we were chosen for this grace? We're not the best. Our Lady (Virgin Mary in Croatian, COR) invited us to conversion. With each passing day, our prayer was deeper and stronger. We began to make sacrifices for the intentions of the Virgin Mary. Our Lady began to convert our hearts and asked us to set up prayer groups. They inspired us to do more and to begin in our hearts with it. "Maria Pavlovic-Lunetti further stated that Medjugorje was an invitation from the Mother of God," [for people to] return to God. I am convinced that the earth has no future without God. "She was therefore" grateful that I can visit your diocese to hand over your heart to the Madonna. Each of you will be transformed and become a source of light and bring peace in this world without peace. "
English Translation from Kath.net

3 comments:

Timothy said...

Cardinal Schönborn also received the Ivan at St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna just about one year ago.

http://www.medjugorje.ws/en/articles/ivan-dragicevic-medjugorje/

It appears Cardinal Schönborn is a good friend to Medjugorje!

John Barry said...

Thanks for the link.

Wild Gypsy said...

I have always liked the idea of Grace - not so much in the context of unmerited favor or privilege, but definitely so as unconditional love, mercy and compassion.