Medjugorje Today is an online news agency reporting on the apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Medjugorje, Bosnia & Hercegovina. Like the major news agencies such as Reuters and Associated Press are available for secular media throughout the world, all news coverage on Medjugorje Today is available, free of charge, for all websites, blogs, and other publications in favor of the Medjugorje apparitions.
Readership is growing, and as of September 2012 major Medjugorje websites in Brazil, Colombia, Uruguay, South Korea, Vietnam, Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Poland, Slovakia, and Malta have translated and presented articles from Medjugorje Today, along with several websites, blogs and newsletters in the United States, Canada, and England. News stories from Medjugorje Today have been quoted by the Catholic news service kathnet in Germany, by the French magazine La Vie, the weekly newspaper Katholiek Nieuwsblad in Holland, and by near-Medjugorje regional newspapers Slobodna Dalmacija and Dnevni List.
Going on every day since 1981 the apparitions in Medjugorje have started a global movement of conversion to Jesus Christ through the Virgin Mary. Millions of people have experienced conversion in the uniquely peaceful atmosphere of Medjugorje. From their example, many other people have been inspired to convert.
The decade-long apparitions in Medjugorje consititute an event of un-parallelled importance in the world of today. Partly because of the global move to conversion the apparitions have sparked, partly because the Virgin Mary has stated that she has come to convert the whole world, and partly because Medjugorje has an entire prophetic chapter to it, 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 writing. The messages are a Mother’s call to her children, coming in a critical, but also in a very hopeful time.
Medjugorje Today covers the entire news picture in and around Medjugorje – from testimonies of unusual graces, conversions and healings over apparition coverage to news about the official Vatican commission announced in March 2010 to investigate the events of Medjugorje.
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