Strange But True … Padre Pio: “Russia will be converted …Will Teach USA a lesson in conversion” Also Padre Pio’s Mysterious Medjugorje Prophecy


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 Padre Pio also said “Yes, Russia will be converted, as the Blessed Virgin said she would. However, Russia will teach the United States a lesson in conversion.

Padre Pio’s Medjugorje Prophecy: “Padre Pio had told a group of pilgrims who were visiting him from the diocese of Mostar: “The Blessed Virgin Mary will soon be visiting your homeland.”

 

Daniel Kilmek writes “Saint Pio walked the earth and greeted pilgrims in his friary, in San Giovanni Rotondo, he made what is believed to be a prophecy about the coming of the apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary to Medjugorje. In her book A Spark from Heaven, the BBC journalist Mary Craig reports that a few years before the apparitions in Medjugorje began, Padre Pio had told a group of pilgrims who were visiting him from the diocese of Mostar: “The Blessed Virgin Mary will soon be visiting your homeland.”

Medjugorje, as many people who follow the events there, exists within the Mostar diocese, making Saint Pio’s prophecy that much more remarkable.

But, as we explore further, the tie between Padre Pio and Medjugorje, we see that the prophetic friar made remarkable predictions about the future of Russia that connect Padre Pio and Medjugorje even closer. From the revised edition of “Padre Pio, the True Story” by C. Bernard Ruffin: p. 264. Padre Pio said “The Russian people will be converted. Their conversion will happen very fast. The conversion of the United States will be slow, but sure”.  Padre Pio also said “Yes, Russia will be converted, as the Blessed Virgin said she would. However, Russia will teach the United States a lesson in conversion.”

It is interesting to note Padre Pio’s statement that  Russia will “teach America a lesson about conversion” because at Medjugorje, in 1981, the Virgin Mary is said to have told the six visionaries that “Russia would come to glorify God the most” and evidence seems to be pouring in, almost daily, of Russia’s surging religious revival. New laws regulating homosexual propaganda and laws restricting abortion been passed in the just last few months.

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But the key point is that RUSSIA would teach America a lesson, because also at Medjugore the Virgin Mary warned that the West would turn from God  and “act as if they are their own creator.”

 

Padre Pio, Prophecies and Medjugorje
by Daniel Klimek

It is a known fact that two eminent blesseds (and future saints) of the twentieth-century, Pope John Paul II and Mother Teresa of Calcutta, had a devotion to the apparitions in Medjugorje, reporting to unite themselves in prayer each day with the Madonna of Medjugorje. It is, however, a lesser known fact that Padre Pio, the great Italian mystic, stigmatic, and saint, also had a connection to the events in Medjugorje. Even though he died years before the apparitions began, Padre Pio made two magnificent prophecies regarding two separate mystical events that would come from Medjugorje: one regarded the apparitions, while the other regarded the weeping statue of the Madonna from Medjugorje that would gain international fame in Civitivecchia, Italy.

In 1994, Don Pablo Martin was the parish priest of Saint Agostino’s Church in the Pantano district of Civitivecchia in Italy, the area where the statue from Medjugorje—later dubbed “the Virgin of Civitivecchia”—would gain international attention. It was Don Pablo who, making a pilgrimage to Medjugorje in September of that year, bought a sixteen-inch, white plaster statue of the Virgin as a souvenir from Medjugorje.

It is interesting to note that, in his spiritual life, Don Pablo had a strong devotion to Padre Pio – even before Saint Pio was officially canonized by John Paul II in 2002. This devotion is noteworthy because Don Pablo credits Padre Pio’s intercession with helping him select that statue from Medjugorje that would weep tears of blood on 14 different occasions. It was Padre Pio who assured him, according to Don Pablo, that “the most beautiful event of his life” would result for selecting and buying that statue. Randall Sullivan reported this connection, between Padre Pio and the weeping statue from Medjugorje, in this book The Miracle Detective. The fact that Padre Pio had been dead since 1968 made this message—seemingly a spiritual communication—that much more interesting.

Yet, it deserves mention that even when Saint Pio walked the earth and greeted pilgrims in his friary, in San Giovanni Rotondo, he made what is believed to be a prophecy about the coming of the apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary to Medjugorje. In her book A Spark from Heaven, the BBC journalist Mary Craig reports that a few years before the apparitions in Medjugorje began, Padre Pio had told a group of pilgrims who were visiting him from the diocese of Mostar: “The Blessed Virgin Mary will soon be visiting your homeland.”

Medjugorje exists within the Mostar diocese, making Saint Pio’s prophecy that much more remarkable.

Of course, Padre Pio was a saint who was famous for his various spiritual gifts. God had given him incredible graces. He had, among other things, the ability to heal, the ability to read souls in the confessional, the ability to bilocate, the ability to experience visions of Jesus and Mary and his guardian angel, and – apparently – the ability to prophesy. It should, therefore, come as no surprise that the great saint’s connection to Medjugorje, in both prophesying the coming of the Madonna’s apparitions and interceding in Don Pablo’s selection of the Marian statue that would shed tears, is a very plausible reality.

The bishop of Civitavecchia Gerolmo Grillo reported that in 1995, the same year that the statue from Medjugorje began crying tears of blood, Pope John Paul II asked to have the statue brought to the Vatican. When the statue was brought to the Holy See, John Paul II venerated the Madonna with great reverence, praying before the statue and, after his humble prayer, placing a crown on the head of the Virgin – a crown which the pope himself brought for the occasion.

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3 thoughts on “Strange But True … Padre Pio: “Russia will be converted …Will Teach USA a lesson in conversion” Also Padre Pio’s Mysterious Medjugorje Prophecy

  • July 21, 2018 at 8:52 am
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    I used to believe in medjugojie,but I heard the kids are disobedient to the bishops.They built things they had no permission to do and they are going against church teaching.Is this true???

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    • July 21, 2018 at 11:48 am
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      They are not kids anymore☺. What do you mean by “they are going against the Teachings of the Church?” Personally I have been to Medjugorje under personal invitation of Our Lady and with the grace of Jesus who provided for my trip. It would be too long to write détails of my testimony here. I came back with a statue of Our Lady at the Blue Cross, because I saw her exactly that way in my dream before I travelled. I also dreamt twice, receiving teachings but I didn’t know where, and when I went to Medjugorje, I actually received those teachings from a religious community there. Just before the apparition, I witnessed a huge moon literally landing on the hills and plenty of stars flashing and speeding, my neighbour didn’t see this but other people around (not everybody) did. Some people smelt roses, I didn’t… But the great miracle there is conversion and the sacrament of reconciliation. I also brought some images, statues that I asked the VM to bless and sanctify because previously blessed by a priest who happened to be not clean;those objects were producing impure thoughts and visions (confirmed by other people who were in contact with him). Even though I forgot to take those objects with me at the apparition’hill, I said to Her she can still bless them even as they are in my hotel room, and She did it and I never had any trouble with them. I can continue with plenty other graces received there. Since then, the messages of Medjugorje are part of my life. For me, Our Lady is a Messenger from God, sent to help us convert to Jesus. If one doesn’t grow spiritually after been to Medjugorje, it means the person really doesn’t want to.
      I understand your desire to be cautious. This just my personal experience.

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  • July 24, 2018 at 8:24 pm
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    I believe in Medjugorje 100%, I have never ever been there but would love to go someday. My miracle happened when I was just coming back into my faith after being away for some time. My sister had a strong faith and she told me when she prayed for rainbows she would see one, or a rose she would get one in one way or another. So, one day I was praying my rosary, I asked for a rose….but did not get one. The next day, I decided I wasn’t going to settle for just one flower, I asked for a bouquet of flowers,…later on in the day, I believe it was palm Sunday, my sister and I went to visit out mother at her care home, we took mom out to the fountain where there were a few benches to sit on around the fountain. We always seemed to sit on the same bench every time we went there, but this time we sat on the other bench just across from the usual one. I happened to look down while I was sitting on the bench, I noticed a pure white folded cloth laying up the side of one of the cracks of the bench. I reached in, pulled it out, it was folded in four and about two inches around, when I looked at the picture on the front it was a picture of the Queen of Peace, she was wearing a beautiful lei of flowers around her neck and Jesus on the Cross behind her, the message read…”If you knew how much I loved you, you would weep with joy”! I received way more that I asked for that day, and even now three years later, it brings happy tears to my eyes.

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