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Born Again . . . in Medjugorje PDF, ePub eBook


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Title: Born Again . . . in Medjugorje
Author: Mary Hendel McCafferty
Publisher: Published December 11th 2015 by Not Forgotten Publishing (first published June 24th 2012)
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In 1987, Mary Hendel McCafferty, a stay-at-home mother of two, learned of the supernatural events taking place in Medjugorje, a remote village in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Apparently the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus, had been appearing to six young people since June of 1981. Responding to a persistent desire to go there, Mary and her mother journeyed to Medjugorje in 1990. T In 1987, Mary Hendel McCafferty, a stay-at-home mother of two, learned of the supernatural events taking place in Medjugorje, a remote village in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Apparently the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus, had been appearing to six young people since June of 1981. Responding to a persistent desire to go there, Mary and her mother journeyed to Medjugorje in 1990. The pilgrimage was life changing. From the time of her return, Mary desired to share with others all that God had given her. As her family grew from two to seven children, she was blessed to be able to return to her “home away from home” many times. In 2012, she decided it was time to write the story of her conversion as a memoir for her children. At the urging of family and friends, she then decided to publish her memoir, hoping to inspire others to pursue a closer relationship with Christ. "Born Again . . . in Medjugorje" takes you on her weeklong journey to the place where Mary experienced God’s love in ways she never expected. Upon her return to the United States, she wrote, “In just one week’s time I had experienced God’s love more completely, it seemed, than I had in the first thirty-one years of my life. I had emerged from the womb of Medjugorje and was now about to take my first breath.”

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