The World of Marian Apparitions: Mary's Appearances and Messages from Fatima to Today

The World of Marian Apparitions: Mary's Appearances and Messages from Fatima to Today

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by Wincenty Łaszewski

The world-changing appearance of Our Lady at Fatima ushered in a continuing series of remarkable apparitions worldwide that the Church has either officially approved or marked as likely-authentic. Author and Mariologist Wincenty Laszewski summarizes the powerful and urgent messages of these apparitions in this unparalleled, encyclopedic work-instantly the new standard on the subject. Most of these riveting chapters include portentous warnings - some are ominous, others more hopeful. This stunning book serves as a wake-up call to the faithful and is a worldwide clarion call to deeper prayer and conversion. It includes:

  • Over 400 pages describing the fully documented miracles and visions
  • Fascinating accounts by eyewitnesses, including non-believers
  • 50+ maps of locations and pilgrimage sites
  • Photos and illustrations: documents, events, and faces of the visionaries
  • The finest works of art and reproductions of Our Lady

Each message and appearance is analyzed and quoted precisely. Their sheer abundance is enough to absorb believing Catholics-and many a skeptic-from all walks of life and reading habits. A partial listing of those described includes:

  • Fatima, Portugal, 1917: The Message of Fatima
  • Basel, Switzerland, 1917: Mystical Wounds
  • Fatima, Portugal, 1921: Mother of Obedience
  • Pontevedra, Spain, 1925: Contemplative Mother of God
  • Banneux, Belgium, 1933: Virgin of the Poor
  • Heede, Germany, 1937: Queen of the Poor Souls in Purgatory
  • Siekierki, Poland, 1943: Holy Mother Teacher of Youth
  • Tre Fontane, Italy, 1947: Virgin of Revelation
  • Warsaw, Poland, 1948: Dispenser of Divine Omnipotence
  • Ngome, Africa, 1955: Mary, Tabernacle of the Most High
  • Rome City, USA, 1956-9: Most Holy Mary, Lady of America
  • Zeitoun, Egypt, 1968: Silent Lady
  • Akita, Japan, 1973: Apocalyptic Madonna
  • Deir el-Ahmar, Lebanon, 1976: Virgin Mary of the Maronites
  • Asdee, Ireland, 1985: Madonnas in Motion
  • Hruszew, Ukraine, 1987: Madonna of Kiev