Medjugorge: Why Do Trads Hate it?
(07-12-2011, 12:30 PM)mikemac Wrote:
(07-11-2011, 08:20 PM)charlesh Wrote:
(07-11-2011, 05:33 AM)EIRCOMNET Wrote: Sorry here is the link re Garabandal.

Thanks for that info. I had not read that before. I have also read this, which is a counter-point:

One of them is lying, and I don't care enough about this to spend more of my time figuring it out.

Thanks charlesh, I hadn't read that page on Garabandal.  I had read a lot of the site and thought some things don't make sense.  But I did compare the warning and the miracle of Garabandal to the same that the mystics had about the Three Days of Darkness.  I have just skimmed threw the page you posted but I'll have to take some more time to compare it to the Three Days of Darkness.

I didn't realize that Rawanda was also condemned.  I figured it true because it previously predicted the genocide.

I think, like many others have said, that Medjugorje and others just takes away from the important message of Fatima. 
From :

>>>"Both the Warning and the Miracle must be viewed as the last act of mercy from God, a final appeal to mankind to do penance before the three days of darkness and the destruction of three-quarters of the human race. At a time when the murder of unborn babies and the sin of Sodom and Lesbos have become respectable and sometimes legal, we should not wonder why God is going to punish mankind"

Why would God grant us with a warning after all these centuries? I suppose it could be a last ditch effort from Our Lady , pleading one last time to save humanity.  I don't think there was a warning of any kind previous to the flood to save the world. Noah was it. I would imagine same goes for today. Not that I would be against such a warning. Heaven knows we do need it.  I have a feeling there has been enough time and warnings from Heaven that if we aren't ready now...

(07-12-2011, 12:30 PM)mikemac Wrote: I have just skimmed threw the page you posted but I'll have to take some more time to compare it to the Three Days of Darkness.

I read through the whole thing and the content seemed reasonable enough, but I wouldn't rely on it without questioning certain things. First off, there are so many typos, and that kind of laziness is always a red flag for me. Also, it sounds like they believe the consecration of Russia was performed in 1984, which, for me, damages their credibility. But facts are facts, and they say that 5 diocesan bishops have formally stated there is nothing supernatural going on in Garabandal, and the Vatican has done nothing but back up the local bishops. If that's true, that's enough for me to drop the whole thing and move on.

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