The defined dogma of No Salvation Outside the church, and the Church’s condemnation of interfaith ecumenism (Mortalium Animos, Pius XI) are laughable when it comes to the devil’s apparitions (angel of light) and “cures” at Medjugorje. Oh, yes, and there are “conversions.” Conversions to what? The Eucharist? But, Vicka says that Our Lady said all religions are pleasing to God “The Blessed Mother says all religions are dear to her and her Son.” (Page 119, The Visions of the Children, Connell). So non-Catholics do not need the Eucharist, or Confession, or even Baptism. That is heresy!
Spirit Daily website swims in the realm of “miracles,” Protestants as well as Catholics. And all the big names who went to Medjugorje — it must be divine? Nonsense. Name just one “convert” from Medjugorje who believes in the integral Catholic Faith. Maybe they do, later, after seeing the lies of the seers’ main messages pertaining to salvation outside the Church. So, Satan creates hallucinations. some see the sun dance around, shoot off colors, some don’t. Some have their rosary beads turn gold, some don’t. Sounds like lots of fun. Oh, and there are priests on hand hearing confessions. So, it must be true. After reading this pathetic article posted Michael Brown on Spirit Daily, my revulsion to Medjurgorje just increased even more than it was. Satan is the “ape of God.” His best strategy is to take a step backward and take to steps forward.
Perhaps I will get a lot of comments telling me how wrong I am. But, I know for a fact, that not one of those negative comments will criticize the satanic heresy Vicka “heard” from her “source.” And, what is with this Vicka giving talks everywhere about her visions, and “schedules” of the same? And what is with her going around in dungarees and “blessing” people? What a mockery is this!
Well, here below is the usual pro-Medjugorje propaganda from Spirit Daily, otherwise a good website. One wonders, what does Michael Brown believe? Can non-Catholics be saved without accepting the Catholic Faith and renouncing their false religions? And they Mr. Brown?
Spirit Daily: In May of 1988, when I first went to Medjugorje, the famed apparition site, I was furious. The first morning there, I was convinced it was a case of mass hysteria. As a journalist I was geared to observe circumstances, and what I saw concerned me greatly. It seemed like a classic case of suggestion:
One person would point to Cross Mountain (Mount Krizevac) and say she saw the Cross spinning and those she mentioned it to would then see the same. When I looked, it was just a Cross up there on this rise behind the church, doing nothing. More here.