Marija promised the Irish renewal
By Jakob Marschner on Feb 22, 2013
The Virgin Mary is building a new humanity, a new generation that prays to God, visionary Marija Pavlovic-Lunetti told more than 2,000 people in Dublin, Ireland, on February 21. In the midst of a heated abortion debate, she pointed to the Rosary as the means to bring about a new, holy Ireland.
Marija talking in Dublin on February 21. Photo: Una Williams
Medjugorje visionary Marija Pavlovic-Lunetti sought to strengthen the current Irish battle against abortion when she talked and had a public apparition in Dublin on Thursday. She further placed the Irish battle within a larger scheme.
“Our Lady is building a new humanity, a new generation that prays to God. That loves God and adores God. Make prayer groups in your family, be in a prayer group, and be a joy for God. Go to Holy Mass every day you can, how beautiful you will become. You will have a new Ireland, a holy Ireland. Take the Rosary. Pray, and The Holy Spirit will guide you in this new time” Marija said.
The Royal Dublin Society was founded on June 25th 1731, exactly to the day 250 years before the first apparition in Medjugorje – “to promote and develop agriculture, arts, industry, and science in Ireland”. Its venues are regularly used for exhibitions, concerts, and sporting events
“Temptation will come, but The Holy Spirit will lead us to new life. But you must concentrate while praying. Today, Satan not only destroys our planet, but also our minds. We have become a civilization that takes, uses, and then throws things in the garbage can. Everything, even people. This is not the mentality of God.”
“Our Lady needs you to be a soldier of love. 31 years ago she began a revolution of love, and she will win” Marija concluded her talk.
“Our Lady began a revoultion of love 31 years ago, and she will win” Marija told the audience in Dublin
More than 2,000 attendees packed the Shelbourne Hall of the prestigious Royal Dublin Society. Many were standing at the back. People came from all corners of Ireland, and some had come over from England.
During respectful silence in the hall, Marija’s apparition was long and lasted more than 10 minutes. Priests on the altar had their heads bowed in prayer. Afterwards, Marija asked people to kneel down and pray in a special way for the Church, for Pope Benedict XVI, and for the new Pope.
Addressing the current Irish battle against legalizing abortion, a battle that continues with a Rosary rally in Dublin on Saturday, Marija cited the example of the world-famous tenor Andrea Bocelli whose mother was advised to have an abortion, but refused, while pregnant with Andrea.
“She said ‘No, I am pro-life.’ Thank God for that because look what he has brought to the world. Every baby is a gift from God and is welcome” Marija said.
Louise Hall and Donna McAteer reported from Dublin