From the desk of A Friend of Medjugorje

From the Desk-May 28, 2008

 
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A Correction About the Last "From The Desk of A Friend of Medjugorje"
 


The “From the Desk…”, written to you and sent last night about the 87-year-old man leading a crowd to Bourbon Street was not accurate. Normally we verify everything. However, the source who gave us the information has always been a reliable source, but this time they nor we verified it. The 87-year-old man was Billy Graham. He did speak in New Orleans. He did talk about the storms of life and did call for the spiritual revival of New Orleans. He did not march to Bourbon Street, as we wrote about.


However, the purpose of the story was to use it to teach a principle. That principle is true, a principle of which we Christians can, should be, and must be in the “work of an evangelist.” We know it is true because Our Lady has and continues to call all of you to be apostles. The apostles were evangelists. And so, by that call and principle, let the mistake and correction still serve as an impulse to become active and not sit on the sidelines, because we are being called to march on the Bourbon Streets of the world
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In Correction and May You Respond to the Call,

Friend of Medjugojre
 

The P.S. from the last “From the Desk of A Friend of Medjugorje” is still valid and we again invite you to write to Caritas of Birmingham, 100 Our Lady Queen of Peace Drive, Sterrett, AL 35147 USA or call (205) 672-2000, ext. 383 for the “Serious Announcement” which will be sent free to help you take part in a march for the salvation of the whole world by participating in answering Our Lady’s call, especially of Her words this past Sunday, May 25, 2008, “…Work on the salvation of the world in a special way while I am still with you…” You can also click here to request the "Serious Announcement". Thank you.

 
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