Mostar Bishop Again: All Apparitions in Medjugorje Are Not Credible

[The Medjugogues have gone bonkers over Bp. Peric! Is His Excellency implying “persona non grata” to the person and idea of FrankenPope’s envoy? – AQ Tom] – 7/28/18

Bishop Ratko Perić of Mostar-Duvno, Bosnia and Herzegovina,has told Pope Francis’ special envoy to Medjugorje, Archbishop Henryk Hoser, that all alleged apparitions of Our Lady in Medjugorje are not credible.

According to the Mostar-Duvno diocesan website (July 23) Perić based his judgment “on the basis of numerous investigations”.

“The non-credible apparitions of the ‘Medjugorje phenomenon’ include those in the first seven or ten days of 1981”, he added.

In summer 2017 a Vatican commission suggested to recognise the first seven apparitions as allegedly supernatural.

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One comment on “Mostar Bishop Again: All Apparitions in Medjugorje Are Not Credible

  1. Bp. Peric is right. Hoser’s out to lunch.
    It would be inexplicable that so dumb a hoax could ever have lasted so long were it not for the even more inexplicable chaos known as Brave New Church and its Gong Show parade of potentates and poobahs.
    Fortunately, not all bishops are theologically dense. But those sent forth from the Motel 6 Asylum & Bath House?

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