June 3, 2011: Our Lady prays for peace tonight
June 3, 2011 A.D.
Our Lady Queen of Peace of Medjugorje’s June 3, 2011 Prayer Group Apparition to Ivan on Apparition Mountain at 10:00 P.M.
It was a beautiful evening in Medjugorje this evening. Pilgrims began to gather on top of Apparition Mountain as early as 6:00 p.m. for Ivan’s Prayer Group Apparition at 10:00 p.m. By 8:00 p.m., a steady flow of pilgrims were finding their way up Apparition Mountain to a spot where they could settle down and quiet their hearts for the meeting with Our Lady. There were several small groups of pilgrims who were quietly praying together, as well as many pilgrims who were off by themselves to prayer in preparation for the apparition tonight. After over ½ hour of singing, Ivan began to pray the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary. Then all grew quiet as it was time for Ivan’s apparition. Our Lady appeared around 10:00 p.m. and the apparition lasted several minutes. The following is Ivan’s description of the apparition.
“Today, the most important from the meeting with Our Lady is that Our Lady came very joyful and happy and, at the beginning, She greeted us all with Her Motherly greeting, “Praised be Jesus, my dear children.”
Our Lady then, with Her arms extended, prayed for a longer while over all of us here. In a special way tonight, She prayed over the sick present and She blessed in a special way all of us with Her Motherly blessing. She also blessed the religious articles brought for blessing. Then Our Lady prayed in a special way for a longer while for peace, for peace in the world and in the families. I recommended all of you, your needs, your intentions, your families and especially the sick. Our Lady then continued to pray over all of us here. She left in that prayer, in an illuminated Sign of the Cross with a greeting, “Go in peace, my dear children.”
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