Is Pope Francis in fact secretly the “Protector” of Medjugorje? Did Pope Francis just “Troll” Mainstream Catholic Media with his recent comments about Medjugorje?

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“Now let’s see if Catholic media can set aside their bias against Medjugorje and report the important news that Medjugorje is supernatural in its origins and that the recommendation of the Ruini commission is to create a “Shrine” administered by the Vatican honoring the Queen of Peace.”
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Was the press duped?…It is quite possible that Pope Francis was being very shrewd in making fun of the Medjugorje apparitions (Our Lady is not a post office clerk) yet knowing full well that the conclusions found in the Ruini dossier were quite positive towards the apparitions.   The Ruini report states that 13 out of 14 Medjugorje experts who were part of the investigation committee voted in favor of Medjugorje being “Supernatural in nature”. Pope Francis knows this very well.
From La Stampa:
Thirteen votes in favor of recognizing the supernatural nature of the first seven appearances in Medjugorje, one vote against and one “suspensive” ballot, which will give a final answer later. A majority of suspensive votes and many doubts instead, concerning the apparition phenomenon from the end of 1981 to today.
These are the results of the work done by the commission on Medjugorje established in 2010 by Benedict XVI and chaired by Cardinal Camillo Ruini.

It seems Pope Francis and the church had to create some doubt about many of aspects of the apparitions because the “messages” are still ongoing and of course the so-called “secrets” create many problems for the Church.    Can you imagine if Pope Francis had said to the world: “Yup its all true and we are now just waiting around for the secrets to unfold” .. It is impossible. As they say it would have “broken the internet.”



Yet Pope Francis  knows the children – the visionaries – did not invent their visions of the Blessed Mother in the early days. He believes something happened, which after years of intense investigation, no worldly explanation has established itself as adequate. So without a plausible narrative to explain “Medjugorje” the Vatican commission concluded that the events at Medjugorje are “supernatural” in nature.

 

Pope Francis understands the skeptics have had 35 years to prove Medjugorje to be a hoax, a fraud, a scheme and they have come up with nothing. I think Pope Francis feels it’s a safe bet to attach a supernatural label to the very first days of the apparitions without new discoveries of manipulation appearing.

 

On the plane returning from Fatima, Pope Francis spoke about conflicting views between Cardinal Mueller, head of the Congregation  for the Doctrine of Faith, and members of the Ruini Commission on the status of Medjugorje. Many Vatican insiders believe Cardinal Mueller was very much against Medjugorje but the Pope decided to honor Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI who established the investigation and the hard work of the Ruini committee by allowing the publication of the Ruini conclusions. Most notably that Medjugorje has supernatural origins. This is big, big news.

 

Now let’s see if Catholic media can set aside their bias against Medjugorje and report the important news that Medjugorje is supernatural in its origins and that the recommendation of the Ruini commission is to create a “Shrine” administered by the Vatican honoring the Queen of Peace.


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12 thoughts on “Is Pope Francis in fact secretly the “Protector” of Medjugorje? Did Pope Francis just “Troll” Mainstream Catholic Media with his recent comments about Medjugorje?

  • May 17, 2017 at 2:41 am
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    This is such great news. Been six times to Mrdjugorie and it has brought me peace. The spiritual life is really natured in this special. Holy Mass said four times in morning. The Croatian Mass in first for the local. I loved that Mass. Then the German, English and Dutch Masses. Rosary and Mass in the evening. I have been present for the English Mass and have seen thirty priest concelebrating Mass together. Reconciliation is very much part of the Medjugorie experience. Would you
    believe there are fifty confessional boxes there which have people lined up to go. So many ‘Graces’ are received. Thank you Mother Mary for coming to our Earth and telling us God does exist.

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    • May 17, 2017 at 10:39 am
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      Yes I am visiting Medjugorge in August for my fourth visit and have been blown away with the feeling that comes upon you and the sense of sadness when you leave. The Holy Spirit and Our Blessed Lady is very much in Medjugorge I do believe that to be so. Prayers, Masses, Confession and Peace that is what you have in this wonderful Shrine. Thankyou Our Lady for my experiencing peace in myself.

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      • May 19, 2017 at 11:55 am
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        Jesus said when two or more get together in my name, I will be with them. Meaning that if people come and gather in the name of Jesus, Jesus will work wonders there. I believe this is what happens when people get together in any place be it a church in Mostar, in U.SA. in Chile, In the mountains, in a retreat house, in a convent, etc. So, yes, one will find a peaceful place where Jesus is. This in no way makes apparitions true.

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    • May 17, 2017 at 3:10 pm
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      Ive been in the dark from yhe age of 1o im now 35 and doing really good with the churches in wigan my friends want me to go this September do you think ill find more peace id like to think so some people are telling not to go as the church have not confirmed this but after reading this ill be on that plane there this September i hope 🙂

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      • May 20, 2017 at 6:01 pm
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        Lisa I’ve been to Medjugorje twelve times and have had wonderfully spiritually uplifting pilgrimages. My parish priest in Wigan has been a number of times and loves it too. Anyone is free to go there on pilgrimage, if they want to, just at the moment official diocesan pilgrimages etc are not allowed. God bless. Hope you go there.

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  • May 17, 2017 at 12:01 pm
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    I don’t understand how the panel found that the very early apparitions were true, yet appear suspicious of the apparitions since then. If the children were to be believe when they were young, has something changed to make them now unreliable? If they were chosen to be receivers of Gods words, why would they have been selected if they were to become so unreliable and untrustworthy? With today’s technology, it should not be difficult to determine if the seers are experiencing supernatural occurrences or not.

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    • May 17, 2017 at 1:09 pm
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      It is important to understand that the Vatican report did not “condemn” the later apparitions they just expressed doubts… This is a rational position to take if you are the Vatican.. There is no doubt that the “secrets” present logistical problems for the Vatican…

      I think it is very interesting that Vatican in the end said nothing very bad aout the visionaries

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    • May 19, 2017 at 11:48 am
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      I agree, the tree did apparently did not bear good fruit in the very end. The children now adults are the tree and if they are under a spell or lying the very first thing was not from God. The Holy Father said that the commission would like to explore the first apparitions even more so what ever people are spreading is not the final results. This is the way to escape a conflict among the followers of Medjugorje and the non followers to say that the first seven apparitions we can call them out since they have ended, the rest is false. But, as I remember the followers of Medjugorje have followed all those messages which I found simplistic and ordinary nothing more than a repetition of what others would say,and believed in those so strongly as to fight others about their authenticity. I think they are working this as a compromise to say that both sides were right. The first because they stood with the apparitions even from the beginning and the others for having been correct saying that the messages and events following the first days have been strange and theologically not correct.

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  • May 18, 2017 at 6:28 am
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    A retired missionary in Africa told us in Medjugorje on time…”When you go to any place were apparitions are said to appearing….if you to know if they re real…..check to see if the sacrament of penance is offer and if anyone is going to confession…..if not…stay away from those places.

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  • May 19, 2017 at 11:51 am
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    I still have my doubts on the very first apparitions so I hope if the Holy See approves them, He should have an explanation for all of us. Maybe even put up a blog to answer questions from everyone.

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  • May 19, 2017 at 12:01 pm
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    There is no need for the children to invent anything. Satan is the great deceiver.

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  • May 19, 2017 at 5:15 pm
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    No, Pope Francis isn’t secretly in favor of Medjugorje. He’s been very clear that he doesn’t go for apparitions like that. And it’s IMPOSSIBLE for Medjugorje to have been voted upon to be ‘supernatural in nature’. No official vote or declaration approving an apparition can happen until the alleged apparitions are finished. And Medjugorje isn’t finished. It can be disapproved of … but it can’t be approved until it’s over. This is basic Catholic stuff. I’ve been to Medjugorje and witnessed supernatural events of a huge magnitude. And personal inner spiritual supernatural events as well. I have no doubt it’s supernatural BUT the Church can not say it is until it’s over. Period.

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