|Title:||Meetings with Mary: Visions of the Blessed Mother by Janice T. Connell|
|Author:||Janice T. Connell|
|Number of Pages:||392|
Through the centuries and across the world the Virgin Mary has apparently appeared to ordinary people of every race and culture, from scholars to illiterates, the devout to the unbelieving, from young children to the dying. In this book the author chronicles authenticated Marian apparitions and messages. Information is drawn from scripture, legend, eyewitness accounts and interviews with other visionaries. The book ranges from Elijah's vision of Mary 800 years before her birth and reputed appearances in ancient China, to the children of Medjugorie in Bosnia, whose encounters with her began in 1981 and continue to the present day. The book also asks if, as the millennium draws near, shadowed by war and disease, are Mary's frequent appearances a signal to the faithful?
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