Medjugorje Today

Photo: Hrvoje Joe Topic

Photo: Hrvoje Joe Topic

Medjugorje Today was founded in January 2011, as an online news agency reporting on the Virgin Mary’s apparitions in Medjugorje, Bosnia & Hercegovina. Amidst a multitude of Medjugorje newsletters, websites, and blogs, only Medjugorje Today applies the techniques of professional news journalism in informing about the events of Medjugorje.

After 4,5 million page views and 82,000 Likes on Facebook, Medjugorje Today will be redefined in September 2014, by a time when maintaining the website has grown into a full-time endeavor.

Medjugorje Today will become a membership site and kindly asks you to view the monthly all-access subscription fee of $ 19 as a donation like you would with a charitable organization, and to keep in mind that raising a family requires an income. In short, without the support of its readers, the service provided by Medjugorje Today will not be able to continue. And continuing this work is necessary.

Medjugorje Today founder/editor Jakob Marschner

Medjugorje Today founder/editor Jakob Marschner

The Virgin Mary’s decade-long apparitions in Medjugorje consititute a global event of un-parallelled importance. Partly because the apparitions are well-documented like no others before them, partly because the Virgin Mary has stated that she has come to convert the whole world, and partly because Medjugorje has a prophetic side, too. If the Virgin Mary’s messages are real, as the visionaries have passed them on since 1981, then Medjugorje is world history in the making.

Medjugorje Today originator Jakob Marschner has been a journalist since 1996 and has researched and covered the apparitions in Medjugorje since 1999. He lived in Medjugorje for 19 months in 2000-01 working as a freelance correspondent for Spirit Daily and set up medjugorje.dk in Denmark before founding Medjugorje Today

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Thank you and God bless you.