World of Marian Apparitions: Mary's Appearances and Messages from Fatima to Today

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The world-changing appearance of Our Lady at Fatima ushered in a continuing series of remarkable apparitions worldwide that the Church has either officially approved or marked as likely-authentic. Author and Mariologist Wincenty Laszewski summarizes the powerful and urgent messages of these apparitions in this unparalleled, encyclopedic work-instantly the new standard on the subject. Most of these riveting chapters include portentous warnings - some are ominous, others more hopeful. This stunning book serves as a wake-up call to the faithful and is a worldwide clarion call to deeper prayer and conversion. It includes: Over 400 pages describing the fully documented miracles and visions Fascinating accounts by eyewitnesses, including non-believers 50+ maps of locations and pilgrimage sites Photos and illustrations: documents, events, and faces of the visionaries The finest works of art and reproductions of Our Lady Each message and appearance is analyzed and quoted precisely. Their sheer abundance is enough to absorb believing Catholics-and many a skeptic-from all walks of life and reading habits. A partial listing of those described includes: Fatima, Portugal, 1917: The Message of Fatima Basel, Switzerland, 1917: Mystical Wounds Fatima, Portugal, 1921: Mother of Obedience Pontevedra, Spain, 1925: Contemplative Mother of God Banneux, Belgium, 1933: Virgin of the Poor Heede, Germany, 1937: Queen of the Poor Souls in Purgatory Siekierki, Poland, 1943: Holy Mother Teacher of Youth Tre Fontane, Italy, 1947: Virgin of Revelation Warsaw, Poland, 1948: Dispenser of Divine Omnipotence Ngome, Africa, 1955: Mary, Tabernacle of the Most High Rome City, USA, 1956-9: Most Holy Mary, Lady of America Zeitoun, Egypt, 1968: Silent Lady Akita, Japan, 1973: Apocalyptic Madonna Deir el-Ahmar, Lebanon, 1976: Virgin Mary of the Maronites Asdee, Ireland, 1985: Madonnas in Motion Hruszew, Ukraine, 1987: Madonna of Kiev. Hardcover, 432 pages.

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