The Message

Our Lady's 2 Messages of Garabandal

October 18, 1961 We must make many sacrifices, perform much penance, and visit the Blessed Sacrament frequently. But first, we must lead good lives. If we do not, a chastisement will befall us. The cup is already filling up, and if we do not change, a very great chastisement will come upon us. June 18, 1965 As my message of October 18 has not been complied with and has not been made known to the world, I am advising you that this is the last… [ read more ]

The Beautiful Habit of the Priest

It is a great inspiration to see in Garabandal the priests -- enthusiastic, smiling and obviously keen to hear what the Blessed Virgin has to say. When one views the many photographs taken at Garabandal over forty years ago, it is impossible not to notice the many priests present. The captions usually do not name every person in the photograph but we can recognize the priests by their clerical garb. A great inspiration it is too — to see the priests… [ read more ]

The Four Last Things of Garabandal - Part 1: Garabandal's Prophecy About Communism

To speak of communism today seems almost anachronistic. Isn't communism a thing of the past? According to what the Blessed Virgin told the visionaries of Garabandal the answer is no. Communism will again appear on the scene and cause great suffering before its reign of terror is suddenly ended. PHOTO: Of all the visionaries, Mari Loli has revealed the most of what Our Lady said about communism. Would the persecution just be in Europe? When… [ read more ]

The Four Last Things of Garabandal - Part 3: The Great Miracle

A look at the longed-for supernatural event prophesied at Garabandal which, judging by the current state of the world, cannot be far off. PHOTO: The road leading to San Sebastian de Garabandal. From this point on, Conchita would have only four more apparitions: one more in 1963, none in 1964 and three in 1965 with the last one being on November 13, 1965. However, beginning in March, 1963, she began having locutions, and significantly enough,… [ read more ]

Our Lady's Kiss

The kissing of blessed objects began early in the apparitions and was considered vital by Our Lady of Mount Carmel at Garabandal. She kissed rosaries, crucifixes, medals, and wedding rings. Missals were also among these sacramentals. Our Lady fanned the pages as She kissed them, thereby kissing all the pages. The kissing of blessed objects was the principal purpose of Her very last visit at Garabandal on November 13, 1965. Many months in advance,… [ read more ]

The Three Popes and Garabandal (Updated)

Picture: Pope John Paul II on Palm Sunday, 2001. On the right (in purple) is his faithful secretary, Archbishop Stanislaus Dziwisz, who wrote the letter to Albrecht Weber (inset). I can personally attest to the truth of these two documents because in 1994, while visiting Albrecht Weber at his home on Lake Constance in southern Germany, I was shown the letter signed by Msgr. Dziwisz which was typewritten in German on Papal stationary, as well as… [ read more ]

The Warning (Brief Synopsis)

The Miracle The Miracle will take place at the grove of the pine trees on a bluff overlooking the village of Garabandal. It will occur on a Thursday evening at 8:30 on or between the eighth and the sixteenth of March, April or May. (Visionary Conchita [Gonzales] Keena knows the date and will announce it eight days in advance.) It will be on a feastday of a martyr of the Eucharist and coincide with an event in the Church. All those either in the… [ read more ]

The Warning and Miracle: Interviews with the Seers

The Miracle According to the visionaries, everyone who would be in Garabandal on that day of the Miracle would see it. The sick who are there will be cured no matter what their disease or religion. Jacinta February, 1977 (Jacinta was never told about the Miracle by the Blessed Virgin. She said that whenever she questioned Our Lady about the Miracle, the Virgin simply replied, "Everyone will believe.") Loli February, 1977 Q.… [ read more ]

What is Garabandal?

At the age of 16, Brooklyn born Joseph Lomangino was blinded and had his olfactory nerve severed in a freak accident. He journeyed through life sightless and without a sense of smell until 1963 when his faculty for smelling was miraculously restored through the intercession of Padre Pio at San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy. While there, Joey asked the famed stigmatist if Our Lady was truly appearing in Spain. When the Padre said yes, Joey went to Garabandal,… [ read more ]

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