With hope slipping way across the globe because of the Coronavirus let us remember Pope John Paul II’s Prophecy: “Medjugorje is the hope of the world.” Read his powerful prayer to the Queen of Peace that will give you hope.
“I was with him, and among other things he told me, “If I was not the pope, I would already be in Medjugorje. I know everything. I follow everything. Please ask the pilgrims to pray for my intentions. Protect Medjugorje for me because Medjugorje is the hope of the world.” We were all so happy. The Holy Father has blessed us so many times and we know he is a saint and will be canonized.” Medjugorje visionary Mirjana
Prayer to Our Lady-by Pope John Paul II
You are blessed among all women! Blessed are you who have believed! The Mighty One worked marvels for you! The marvel of your divine motherhood! And in view of it, The marvel of your immaculate conception! The marvel of your “let it be done to me”! You were so continually associated to the whole work of our redemption, associated with the cross of our Savior; your heart was pierced, at the side of his heart. And now, in the glory of your Son you unceasingly intercede for us, poor sinners. You watch over the Church whose mother you are. You watch over each of your children. You obtain from God, for us, all these graces symbolized by the rays of light coming from your open hands. If only we dare to ask them from you and come to you with the confidence and simplicity of a child.
And so you guide us unceasingly toward your Son Jesus.
When Mirjana met Pope John Paul II:
“We are all full of joy because our John Paul II, the Holy Father, is beatified. He is already a saint for me. I was blessed to get to know him personally.
This is why others are jealous of me because I was really personally with him alone. I was in the Vatican, in St. Peters in a general audience.
I was accompanied by a priest and the Pope blessed me when he was passing by. The priest said, “Holy Father, this is Mirjana, visionary from Medjugorje.” So the Holy Father returned, blessed me once more and was walking away.
But I said to the priest who was accompanying me, “Nothing can be done. He only thinks that I need a blessing twice.” But that afternoon we received a letter, an invitation to see him privately the following morning. The following day we were there.
I was with him, and among other things he told me, “If I was not the pope, I would already be in Medjugorje. I know everything. I follow everything. Please ask the pilgrims to pray for my intentions. Protect Medjugorje for me because Medjugorje is hope for the world.” We were all so happy. The Holy Father has blessed us so many times and we know he is a saint and will be canonized.”