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Daily Rosary (Live Daily)
4:00 PM Medj / 5:00 PM Summer Sunday*

Hour of Mercy (Live Daily)
3:00 PM Medj

A Moment with Mary
New Episode each week day

Fruit of Medjugorje:
New Episode every Monday

Tea with Rosie (News)
New Episode each week

Parish Evening Rosary (Live Daily)
5:00 PM Medj Winter / 6:00 PM Summer*

International Mass (Live Daily)
6:00 PM Medj Time / 7:00 PM Summer*

Parish Apparition Hill Rosary  (Live Sunday)
2:00 PM Medj / 4:00 PM Summer*

Mirjana’s Apparition
2nd of Every Month
8:00 AM Medj time
Posted as soon as possible that day.

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Daily Reflections
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Daily Reflections
by Cathy

St. John Paul II and the Rosary!

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October 22, 2018
St. John Paul II

Dear Family of Mary!

Our Lady came to Medjugorje in 1981, early in the pontificate of St. John Paul II. She continued to appear for the rest of his life. It has always seemed to me that she was sent to us at that time, to be a strength for the Holy Father, and to bring graces for the Church, so very much needed at that time. She spoke to St. John Paul II a couple of times through the visionaries. Here are two such messages that she gave to him in particular:

Sunday, September 26, 1982 – For Pope John Paul II:

“Have him consider himself the father of all mankind, and not only of Christians. Have him spread untiringly and with courage the message of peace and love among all mankind.”

Friday, September 16, 1983

“Pray, pray, pray! Do not be discouraged. Be in peace because God gives you the grace to defeat satan.”

“In my messages, I recommend to everyone, and to the Holy Father in particular, to spread the message which I have received from my Son here at Medjugorje. I wish to entrust to the Pope, the word with which I came here: ‘MIR’, (peace in Croatian), which he must spread everywhere. And here is a message which is especially for him: That he bring together the Christian people, through his words and his preaching; that he spread particularly among the young people, the messages which he has received from the Father in his prayers, when God inspires him.”

You can see that Our Lady was encouraging St. John Paul II to spread the message of peace to the people of the whole world. She herself was doing the very same thing. This was the Father’s desire. And they both responded to it.

Late in his life and pontificate, St. John Paul II wrote an Apostolic Letter “On the Rosary”. It is a powerful letter, short and rich in teaching. I find it important to reread it often, so as to refresh the good teaching found in it. Pope John Paul loved the Rosary. He prayed it with great faith and joy. Here is what he said about the Rosary as a powerful weapon for peace:

40. The grave challenges confronting the world at the start of this new Millennium lead us to think that only an intervention from on high, capable of guiding the hearts of those living in situations of conflict and those governing the destinies of nations, can give reason to hope for a brighter future.

The Rosary is by its nature a prayer for peace, since it consists in the contemplation of Christ, the Prince of Peace, the one who is “our peace” (Eph 2:14). Anyone who assimilates the mystery of Christ – and this is clearly the goal of the Rosary – learns the secret of peace and makes it his life’s project. Moreover, by virtue of its meditative character, with the tranquil succession of Hail Marys, the Rosary has a peaceful effect on those who pray it, disposing them to receive and experience in their innermost depths, and to spread around them, that true peace which is the special gift of the Risen Lord (cf. Jn 14:27; 20.21).

The Rosary is also a prayer for peace because of the fruits of charity which it produces. When prayed well in a truly meditative way, the Rosary leads to an encounter with Christ in his mysteries and so cannot fail to draw attention to the face of Christ in others, especially in the most afflicted. How could one possibly contemplate the mystery of the Child of Bethlehem, in the joyful mysteries, without experiencing the desire to welcome, defend and promote life, and to shoulder the burdens of suffering children all over the world? How could one possibly follow in the footsteps of Christ the Revealer, in the mysteries of light, without resolving to bear witness to his “Beatitudes” in daily life? And how could one contemplate Christ carrying the Cross and Christ Crucified, without feeling the need to act as a “Simon of Cyrene” for our brothers and sisters weighed down by grief or crushed by despair? Finally, how could one possibly gaze upon the glory of the Risen Christ or of Mary Queen of Heaven, without yearning to make this world more beautiful, more just, more closely conformed to God’s plan?

In a word, by focusing our eyes on Christ, the Rosary also makes us peacemakers in the world. By its nature as an insistent choral petition in harmony with Christ’s invitation to “pray ceaselessly” (Lk 18:1), the Rosary allows us to hope that, even today, the difficult “battle” for peace can be won. Far from offering an escape from the problems of the world, the Rosary obliges us to see them with responsible and generous eyes, and obtains for us the strength to face them with the certainty of God’s help and the firm intention of bearing witness in every situation to “love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony” (Col 3:14).

May we continue to pray the Rosary as St. John Paul II taught us, with attention, meditation, love and deep faith.

I find it deeply moving that St. John Paul would say: “The grave challenges confronting the world at the start of this new Millennium lead us to think that only an intervention from on high, capable of guiding the hearts of those living in situations of conflict and those governing the destinies of nations, can give reason to hope for a brighter future.” Now we understand what he saw. This is indeed a time when we need God to intervene. Perhaps it is our Lady of Medjugorje who is that intervention.

We have been given the tool to stop the enemy, and to help establish peace in the world. Now is the time to double down and pray the Rosary with all our hearts! We may also be part of that heavenly intervention!!

St. John Paul II, pray for us!

In Jesus, Mary and Joseph!
Cathy Nolan
©Mary TV 2018

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Daily Rosary (Live Daily)
4:00 PM Medj / 5:00 PM Summer Sunday*

Hour of Mercy (Live Daily)
3:00 PM Medj

A Moment with Mary
New Episode each week day

Fruit of Medjugorje:
New Episode every Monday

Tea with Rosie (News)
New Episode each week

Parish Evening Rosary (Live Daily)
5:00 PM Medj Winter / 6:00 PM Summer*

International Mass (Live Daily)
6:00 PM Medj Time / 7:00 PM Summer*

Parish Apparition Hill Rosary  (Live Sunday)
2:00 PM Medj / 4:00 PM Summer*

Mirjana’s Apparition
2nd of Every Month
8:00 AM Medj time
Posted as soon as possible that day.

Check Website for Special Events
Streamed live

*Summer Schedule from June 1 to August 3

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Mary TV
P.O. Box 899
Notre Dame, IN 46556
or call Mary TV at
(574)-288-3069

We can now accept donations in stocks and bonds. Contact us!

Daily Reflections
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Mary TV is a lay apostolate founded to put at the Gospa’s service (Our Lady’s service) modern communication technologies to bring her presence in Medjugorje – and her school in Medjugorje – to the world.

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“Medjugorje is the spiritual center of the world!”
Pope St. John Paul II – February 24, 1990

“Dear children, my real, living presence among you should make you happy because this is the great love of my Son. He is sending me among you so that, with a motherly love, I may grant you safety!”
Our Lady of Medjugorje – July 2, 2016

“Rejoice, little children, because God is merciful and loves you all with His immeasurable love and leads you to the way of salvation through my coming here!”
Our Lady of Medjugorje – June 25, 2018

“My Son promised me that evil will never win, because you, the souls of the just, are here!”
Our Lady of Medjugorje – November 2, 2014

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Why He Is A Saint, the Life and Faith of Pope John Paul ll and the Case for Canonization, p. 168, by Msgr. Slawomir Oder, Postulator for his Cause of Sainthood
 

“In Medjugorje Our Lady is coming in a very powerful way… It is impossible not to see here the Lord our God. Impossible!…
In all our churches throughout the world, it should be as it is here in Medjugorje!”

Bishop Domenico Pecile, Vicar of St John Lateran Basilica, the Pope’s Cathedral in Rome.

(Cardinal Camillo Ruini, Chairman of the Vatican Commission on Medjugorje, is the Archpriest of St. John Lateran Basilica.)