From the desk of A Friend of Medjugorje

The following question was written to A Friend of Medjugorje in regards to the consecration of the United States and the events during July 1-5, 2008.

Dear Friend of Medjugorje,

May the love of the Holy Trinity keep you true to the end of times. I have two concerns: In your comparison with these activities with those of the city of Nineveh, you puzzle me. The city of Nineveh’s conversion was led by the king of the city. The consecration and conversion there at Caritas begins with the people, and not led by the government. To me, the government leaders and the people of the country are at opposite ends of the hopes being prayed for by you and all others. I feel concerned that your hoped for expectations, if I may call it that, will not be the same result as at Nineveh. I pray for the best.

Arriving yesterday evening in Medjugorje, we went directly to 6:00 p.m. Rosary time for the apparition time and Holy Mass. Medjugorje is pleasant these days with cloud overcast, making the temperature very comfortable. Even more pleasant and comfortable is the detectable peace one finds here.

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.

Some of us will be heading to Medjugorje next week, for the 27th Anniversary of Our Lady’s Apparitions in Medjugorje. It is a grace to spend this time in Medjugorje in preparation for Our Lady’s apparitions here July 1-5, 2008.

Last month, in April, New Orleans was struck by a Katrina of a different sort. Well, at least Bourbon Street was. The news media won’t touch it. The TV stations won’t blare it. Yet, Heaven itself took notice.

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