By Dr. Mark Miravalle & Wayne Weible
The reported apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the little village of Medjugorje in Bosnia-Hercegovina have attracted the attention of the world. More than 45 million people have gone there on pilgrimage. Since June 24, 1981, six Croatian teenagers began to report daily visits from a heavenly entity, which identified itself as the Blessed Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus. She said she came as the Queen of Peace. According to the visionaries, the apparitions continue daily, now into the 28th year.
Spiritual conversion has been a consistent good fruit, but questions persist:
**Is the phenomenon of the Medjugorje apparitions real?
**Are these authentic apparitions of the Virgin Mary?
**What is the official position of the Catholic Church about their authenticity?
**Could these simply be the fraudulent deception of hysteric children (now adults) for reasons of attention and personal gain?
Noted theologian Dr. Mark Miravalle and internationally acclaimed author Wayne Weible attempt to answer these questions and show the good fruits of what they consider to be one of the most important events occurring in the world today!
Blessed Mother, Medjugorje