In a statement issued on the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (or the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary - depends where you live), the Holy See Press Office announced that the Polish Archbishop Henryk Hoser, who has previously been named the Special Envoy of the Holy Father for Medjugorje, … Nastavi čitati Pope names Apostolic Visitor for Medjugorje
As you may have already read or heard, Archbishop Henryk Hoser, the Special Envoy of the Holy See, who investigated the pastoral situation in Medjugorje, recently made some rather intriguing statements regarding the organization of pilgrimages to Medjugorje. Speaking for Aleteia, Archbishop Hoser said: "The devotion of Medjugorje is allowed. It’s not prohibited, and need not be … Nastavi čitati Are pilgrimages to Medjugorje allowed?
Now, when initial reactions settled and all the fuss around Pope Francis' words on Medjugorje and Tornielli's report on Ruini commission findings eased, it is time to analyze it and share with you some of my thoughts on it. Let us first see what the Holy Father said on Medjugorje during in-flight conference on return … Nastavi čitati On the report of the Ruini commission findings
Holy See's special envoy to Medjugorje Archbishop Hoser finished his mission (or at least the first part of it) today. He arrived in Medjugorje last Wednesday which makes little more than a week he stayed in Medjugorje parish. This first part of his mission was "to acquire a profound understanding of the pastoral situation" or, in other … Nastavi čitati Pope’s Medjugorje envoy finishes first part of his mission
Today (Wednesday, 29 March 2017) at 3.15 pm, the Special Envoy of the Holy See for Medjugorje, Polish Archbishop Henryk Hoser, arrived in Medjugorje's St. James parish. He was greeted by the local Franciscan Provincial Fr. Miljenko Šteko, the parish priest Fr. Marinko Šakota, some priests and nuns, but also some hundred or so "pilgrims" that … Nastavi čitati Papal envoy arrives in Medjugorje