JANUARY 7 AND 14, 1967:

Posted: January 25, 2011 in Uncategorized


CONCHITA AND MARI-LOLI ARE COMFORTED
IN THE MIDST OF THEIR “DOUBTS AND DENIALS”
In January 1967, Conchita, on the one hand, and Jacinta and Mari- Loli, on the other, wrote two letters of thanks to Msgr. Manuel Pio Lopez, archbishop of Talapa (Mexico), for the favorable testimony he had given on Garabandal. The prelate, in fact on July 8, 1966, had publicly made much of the reply Msgr. Philippe, then a member of the Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, had made to the Superior of the Carmel of Puebla about the authenticity of the phenomena: “The fact that (Blessed) Padre Pio, known for his virtue, his knowledge and his fidelity to the Holy See, approves these apparitions and encourages the four girls to spread the Message of the Most Blessed Virgin, is a strong proof of the truthfulness of those apparitions” . . .
[Excerpt from ‘Garabandal’ Book, page 213]
Joey Lomangino receives Holy Communion from St. Pio

It always amazed me that so many people, including bishops and priests, from outside of Spain, could see the truth of the apparitions and those who lived nearby denied them. It was like when Our Lord preached in His own home town of Nazareth and the people who lived there and knew Jesus, Mary and Joseph rejected Him and He didn’t work many miracles there because of their lack of faith in Him. At one point the towns people even tried to throw Jesus over a cliff! The Bible says that “He escaped right through their midst.” It was not His time to die yet. And so, it will be in God’s time that all will believe in Garabandal! Padre Pio believed, do you?
Deacon John

 

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