The Best of "The Spirit of Medjugorje" by June Klins

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"     In 1981 a beautiful lady appeared to 6 young people in the village of Medjugorje in what is now Bosnia-Herzegovina.  She told them that She was the Blessed Virgin Mary, the “Queen of Peace,” and came with a message of peace. She has continued to appear since 1981 to give messages to the world of peace, love and joy.  She is confiding ten secrets to each visionary (some are chastisements for the world) and promises to leave a visible sign at the place of the apparitions in Medjugorje for all humanity.  This time, this period of grace, is for conversion and deepening faith.  After the visible sign, those living will have little time for conversion.
   Many books have been written about Medjugorje, but this one and Volume I of this series are different. They both include not only information about Medjugorje and talks and interviews with the visionaries, but also heartfelt testimonies of those who have been healed and changed through Medjugorje, as well as advice, written from the heart, on how to live the messages.
   This book is for EVERYONE - all Our Lady's children, Catholic and non-Catholic.  If you have not heard about Medjugorje, it will tell you everything you need to know.  If you have been following the messages of Medjugorje or have been one of the millions of people blessed to have been there, this book will “light your fire” all over again.
“I desire to lead you all on the way of holiness. Live my messages and put into life every word that I am giving you. May they be precious to you because they come from Heaven.” ( Our Lady of Medjugorje, 6/25/02) "

About June Klins

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The author, who is a mathematics teacher by profession, received the gift of writing and editing on a pilgrimage to the village of Medjugorje in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1998. A stranger walked up to her the first day there and told her she should be taking notes at the talks since she was a teacher. Since this man had no way of knowing that she was a teacher, she began taking notes at all the talks from that point on. When she came home, a lady from her parish gave her a copy of "The Spirit of Medjugorje" newsletter and told her to write up her testimony and send it to the editor. There were enough articles to last for months until her next pilgrimage the following year. She continued to write, and in two years became co-editor. Two years after that, the editor suffered a heart attack and the author had to take over the duties of editing the newsletter. In January of 2004, she was officially made editor. She has published a "beginner's guide" to Medjugorje for those who know little or nothing about Medjugorje. Over 12,000 have been distributed. "The Spirit of Medjugorje" monthly newsletter is distributed to 48 states and 30 foreign countries, and is published on the internet at The author also has been published in the Catholic best-seller, 101 Inspirational Stories of the Rosary. She sent the story in this publication to Pope John Paul II and received a letter back from the Vatican saying the Pope thanked her for the story. The author's mission in life is to spread the messages of Our Lady of Medjugorje to the world. Her articles have been used in many other publications, including ones in Canada, Australia, England, Poland, New Zealand, and Wales.
Published June 30, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 295 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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