Page 4, 27th July 1984

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SOME OF THE cautions resulting from the Bishop of Mostar's

commission are named in a 14-page article, 'Aparitions a Medjugorje?' by Frere Michel de la Sainte Trinite in the French traditionalist periodical La Contre-Reforme Catholique.

This exhaustive examination of the phenomena of Medjugorje by a competent mystical theologian tends to show that these events are not in the line of La Salette, Lourdes,

Fatima, Banneux-Notre-Dame, etc., but show a new and disquieting orientation.

Writing in December 1983 to the Abbe Laurentin, a noted Mariologist, Mgr Zanic, the bishop of Mostar said: Qu'on evite done route precipitation ou propagande irresponsable.

Fr Brocard Sewell, 0. Corm Whitefriars School, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham




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