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A Marian apparition is a reported supernatural appearance by Mary, the mother of Jesus, or a series of related such appearances over a period of time.

A Marian apparition is a reported supernatural appearance by Mary, the mother of Jesus, or a series of related such appearances over a period of time. If the person claims to hear Mary but not see her, this is known as an interior locution, not an apparition.

On the evening of August 21, 1879, Our Blessed Mother appeared in a place called Knock, Ireland, in the northwest part of the Emerald Isle.

On the evening of August 21, 1879, Our Blessed Mother appeared in a place called Knock, Ireland, in the northwest part of the Emerald Isle Apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary. August 12 at 8:06 AM ·. youtube. Why is Our Lady Weeping.

May devotions to the Blessed Virgin Mary refer to special Marian devotions held in the Catholic Church during the month of May honoring the Virgin Mary as "the Queen of May". These services may take place inside or outside.

The Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Marian litany originally approved in 1587 by Pope Sixtus V. It is also known as the Litany of Loreto, for its first-known place of origin, the Shrine of Our Lady of Loreto (Italy). It is also known as the Litany of Loreto, for its first-known place of origin, the Shrine of Our Lady of Loreto (Italy), where its usage was recorded as early as 1558. The litany contains many of the titles used formally and informally for the Virgin Mary, and would often be recited as a call and response chant in a group setting. This litany is called Litaniae lauretanae in Latin.

We fight alongside the Holy Angels and Saints for the Salvation of All Souls, under the Protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Our Mother of Salvation, Queen of Angels

Birhen sa Fatima Cambalading. We fight alongside the Holy Angels and Saints for the Salvation of All Souls, under the Protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Our Mother of Salvation, Queen of Angels ord of God who is Jesus Christ, the Crucifix of Our Lord Jesus, the Brown Scapular, the Holy Rosary, the Divine Mercy, the Crusade of Prayers

Nothing new in it. Seemed to glean all information from other books. Looks like the author just wants to sell a book. One person found this helpful.

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The Virgin Mary may have appeared in a Catholic church in Georgia on De. Catholic Online learned of the apparition just today. This image was taken by Fr. Fernando Molina-Restrepo of the Transfiguration Catholic Church in Marietta, Georgia.

The Virgin Mary may have appeared in a Catholic church in Georgia on Dec. 12, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe  .

Statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Japanese city of Akita. The Purest Virgin appeared to people not just in Europe and America. In the early 1970s Virgin Mary showed herself in a Japanese city of Akita. The Mother of God was seen by deaf nun Agnes Katsuko Sasagawa. At the age of 19 she lost her hearing ability after a poor surgery and was later on bedridded for 16 years.

Comments: (4)
Qutalan
Fr. Laurentin's review of the history of Mary's apparitions reflects decades of careful first hand work and the results could not be more evident. An objective review of Mary's apparitions with plenty of historical facts and perspective on how the Church views these unusual events. A collector's piece for anybody interested in Mary.

Alex Gutierrez
Author of Mother Mary's Resurrection
Enone
This book contains many of the apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary that have been documented. It explains each in detail. I find this book a good resource in this area of theology and spirituality. It is well written and the information is accurate as best as I can tell.
Umor
Great and enlighting. Our blessed Mother is trying so hard to move all of us toward Jesus. Please read it and find how....
Taur
In my continued look at Marian apparitions I have moved over to Laurentin's book. Laurentin definitely writes from a Roman Catholic perspective. While I am Protestant, I do not consider myself anti-Catholic. I have a great love for my brothers and sisters in Christ who are Catholic, but I am naturally skeptical of some of Roman Catholicism's doctrines.

Laurentin's book I did not find convincing unfortunately. There are some matters that are naturally worth looking into, but the problem is if Laurentin has done the looking, he rarely invites us along for the journey. Instead, it just looks like if a series of apparitions leads to renewed faith and people saying the rosary more and such, then hey, we should welcome and accept this. I do not see any real criteria he has for determining if something is valid or not.

For me as someone who is skeptical, that doesn't exactly cut it. An anti-Catholic could say "Of course a Marian apparition would say that. That will lead people into a false religious system." I could say as a skeptic that it will get people more dependent on the experiences that they have instead of on the Scripture that has been handed down to us.

Laurentin does go into more than just the apparitions. He gets into accounts of statues crying and other such things. Some of these accounts apparently do have miracles attached to them. I am open to investigating such things but as I've said, the problem with Laurentin's work is that you just get a picture and a paragraph.

At times, there are even apparitions that get things wrong about the future and are still said to be valid. Why? Well, Paul wasn't entirely right when he said in 1 Thess. 4 that the return of Christ would happen in his lifetime. Such an interpretation of that passage is highly debated, but I find it amazing that in a way to justify an apparition that makes a mistake, it is okay to go after Scripture.

I am not opposed to people having a renewal of their faith, but I want to know what it is based on. If people get excited about their faith and do not have a firm foundation, then they will be more prone to believing anything that comes along and if the door has already been opened for anyone who is claiming an apparition, how will that door ever be shut again? What else could be going on?

Thus, while I am certainly open to what is going on, I think Laurentin's case is quite lacking. Looking at the fruit alone isn't enough because most any movement at the start will have some fruit that is seen as positive. What we need to ask is do we have any reason to believe a specific claim is true beyond the effects? Without some firm criteria, we open ourselves up for any event whatsoever and we might not like what it is that we are opening the door to.

In Christ,
Nick Peters
Deeper Waters Apologetics
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