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What it means to me

editor Louise Hall


Price: £9.99
Publisher:Columba Press
Published:October 2012
In 1981 in Bosnia and Herzegovina six children claimed to have had a vision of Our Lady. They kept going back and each time she appeared and spoke to them. Her message was "I have come to let you know that God does exist". Since then millions of people of all religions and all walks of life, both religious and lay, have visited Apparition Hill. Here they have found peace and love, forgiveness and reconciliation. This book, subtitled What It Means To Me, is a collection of testimonies of people from Ireland detailing the impact the visit has had on their lives. There are twenty five testimonials in all, ranging from famous TV personalities, musicians and business men to drug addicts, the handicapped and those without faith. All of them found the holy spot a place of pure peace, whether they had any supernatural experience or not, and they came away determined to put God at the centre of their lives. This is a book which will have a lasting effect on all who read it.

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