Mateo Ivankovic 2017
May 17, 2017
Dear Family of Mary,
I sense Our Lady's great joy these days. We can be assured everything is progressing according to the Father's plan. "This time is my time!" she told us in a message 20 years ago!!!! And just before the Pope's Envoy came to Medjugorje: "You are not alone; I am with you through the grace which the Most High gives me for you and your descendants."
Fr. Leon gave some light regarding the Pop's recent remarks in his "Snippet" before English Mass today (http://marytv.tv/?page_id=258 ), and went on to say more in today's "Tea with Rosie: News from Medjugorje": http://marytv.tv/?page_id=184
The Pope ended his remarks on the plane flying back from Fatima to Rome by mentioning the trusted bishop that he had sent to Medjugorje, and that Bishop Hoser may have something to say on behalf of the Pope at the end of his mission this summer. Let's not forget what Archbishop Henryk Hoser has already said to us from Medjugorje:
"You should be carries of joyful news: you can say to the whole world that in Medjugorje there is a light... To invoke the Queen of Peace, the Mother of God, is important. It is this aspect of Medjugorje which is utterly important. That call that is so intense here is so important for the whole world... We need a heavenly intervention. And the presence of the Blessed Mother is one of these interventions. It is God's initiative. Therefore, I would like to encourage and fortify all of you on behalf of the Pope, as his emissary." Archbishop Henryk Hoser, Papal Envoy to Medjugorje, in April, 2017, addressing the Franciscans, parishioners and pilgrims in Medjugorje
God bless you!
PS. You might also like to note Andrea Tornielli's article on this subject that appeared in yesterday's "La Stampa," Rome's major newspaper:
MISSION STATEMENT: MARY TV is a lay apostolate founded to put at the Gospa's service (Our Lady's service) modern communication technologies to bring her presence in Medjugorje - and her school in Medjugorje - to the world.
"Medjugorje is the spiritual center of the world."
Saint John Paul II