[in Fr Michel de la Sainte Trinité, On 20 October 1989, in an interview with the journalist Kieron Wood, of the Ireland Radio-Television, in defiance of the government that would consider, as Laurentin says, "a condemnation of Medjugorje as the national catastrophe," Žanić said: In 1990, the Yugoslav communist regime ceased to exist and, in March of that year, Msgr.
We will not waver in our commitment to see that justice is done for this terrible act. “While we were still dealing with our diplomats being threatened, Governor Romney put out a press release, trying to make political points, and that’s not how a commander-in-chief operates,” Obama snarled.That’s precisely what the Obama Administration did following the September 11 killing of U. ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three fellow Americans in a terror attack on the U. That this was an act of terror and I also said that we’re going to hunt down those who committed this crime…As Americans, let us never, ever forget that our freedom is only sustained because there are people who are willing to fight for it, to stand up for it, and in some cases, lay down their lives for it. Even as it became clear that it was a sophisticated planned strike by militias possibly linked to al Qaeda, the Administration continued to blame the video.The Director kindly complied and made available in photocopy more than 30 documents from the years 1981 to 1988. [ Despite the intimidation, on July 25, 1987 Žanić in his homily in Medjugorje, on the occasion of the conferring of Confirmation, expresses, with composure, but with equal clarity, his opinion on the matter (the full text of the homily is published in Laurentin, Dear father Jacques, you are one of the few people to have clearly seen this imposture....[...] Being a persistent opponent of the communist system, it is explicitly mentioned that he [ On 25 June 1987, the sixth anniversary of the "apparitions", Father Laurentin (who, it should be remembered, was for at least fifteen years the biggest and best-known propagandist of Medjugorje in the world) estimates that the faithful flocking to Herzegovina are between 50 and 100 thousand, but the French Mariologist himself adds that government controlled newspapers "have generously estimated the crowd to be 400 thousand people" [R. It gives me pain to know that pious and simple people speak ill about me, but I'm absolutely certain, one hundred percent, that everything about these appearances is a pure lie, a fraud, a falsehood. A huge propaganda has been made all over the world: books, audio tapes, videotapes, newspaper articles, religious items, statues, medals, etc., in great abundance.