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April 7, 2017 A.D.

Our Lady of Medjugorje said on April 25, 1997:

“…God gives Himself to him who seeks Him…”

God gives Himself, and so does Our Lady.


St. James Church April 7, 2017

St. James Church in Medjugorje, as seen from Cross Mountain this morning, April 7, 2017. It seems that it is difficult to spot the church, so surround by what is becoming a city, surrounded by hotels and shops.

Medjugorje is changing, but it is still the same Our Lady. As a Friend of Medjugorje has told Caritas groups ever since this change was beginning to manifest, that the same grace is available, but it is harder to find. The Caritas pilgrimage groups are structured to accommodate an environment where one can find Our Lady, even within the midst of many distractions.

A Friend of Medjugorje recently spoke on the April 3, 2017, Radio WAVE, Our Lady Makes Us Look So Good, that there is manifesting an increase in Our Lady’s efficacy. Perhaps this increase of power given to Our Lady by God is to “up the ante” in increasing grace for conversion. Medjugorje converted many hearts and Medjugorje still converts many hearts.

This is a call to those who have put off for too long the beckoning of Our Lady to come to Her Holy Village. Do not keep the Mother waiting. Our Lady gives Herself to those who seek Her. Contact BVM Caritas Medjugorje Pilgrimages at 205-672-2000, extension 218, or visit here to request information.
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Be sure to listen to the April 3, 2017 Radio WAVE with a Friend of Medjugorje titled, Our Lady Makes Us Look So Good. To listen or download free, visit here…

Rio Rancho Nm, New Mexico - USA
I visited Medjugorje in 2008. My birthday is April 25, so as I read the message; I thought so so true. The truth is with so much darkness around us and even in us; I found that the search continued profoundly through Scripture, prayer, meditation on the rosary, Holy Mass, confession and the reception of our Lord in the Eucharist. The more I give of myself; the more is revealed to me in so many ways in each day. Letting go and letting God is a wonderful phrase but knowing what it says and knowing what it means are two different things. The more we seek, the more He gives. The more we let go; the more grace fills our hearts. On my journey it has been unravelling of my feelings and emotions. Meditating on our Lord and our Lady's sufferings and their "yes" is the greatest way of knowing what authentic love is truly about. Thank you Caritas! Thank you our Lady Queen of Peace and Reconciliation for leading us back to Your Son our Savior and Redeemer. "On earth as it is in Heaven."