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Apparations in Medjugorje.... our lady has appeared.

About the Apparitions in Medjugorje

Until June 24, 1981, Medjugorje lived like all other villages of this region: people worked on their land, planted tobacco and vineyards, produced wine and vegetables to acquire just enough for a modest life for their families. Because of social circumstances, many went out into the world: over the ocean and to Western European countries, as well as into towns in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia.
In 1981, when the apparitions started, the life of the parish changed: Our Lady chose for her witnesses and co-workers not Only * the six visionaries, but the entire parish and its pilgrims. This was expressly told in the following message: “I have chosen this parish in a special way and I wish to lead it.” (March 1st, 1984)
On June 24th, 1981, at about 6 pm, six young people - Ivanka Ivanković, Mirjana Dragićević, Vicka Ivanković, Ivan Dragićević, Ivan Ivanković and Milka Pavlović, saw on the hill called Crnica, several hundred meters above the place called Podbrdo, a young woman with a child in her arms, who gave them a sign with her hand to come nearer. Surprised and scared, they did not approach her.
The next day, June 25th, 1981, at the same time, four of them: Ivanka Ivanković, Mirjana Dragićević, Vicka Ivanković and Ivan Dragićević, felt strongly drawn towards the place where they had seen the person the day before which, they had recognised as Our Lady. Marija avlović and Jakov Čolo joined them. The group of Medjugorje visionaries was formed. They prayed and spoke with Our Lady. This is why June 25th is celebrated as the Anniversary of the apparitions. According to the testimony of the visionaries, from that day onwards, they had daily apparitions, together or separately, wherever they were. Milka Pavlović and Ivan Ivanković never saw Our Lady again.
The third day of the apparitions, June 26th, 1981, Our Lady gave the call to peace for the first time with the words: “Peace, peace, peace – and Only * peace! Peace must reign between God and man and between men!” Attracted by Our Lady’s apparitions and messages, people – first the parishioners and then from other villages and from all over the world – started to gather and pray.
The persecution of the visionaries, of their parents and relatives, of the parishioners and priests, and even of the pilgrims began immediately after the beginning of the apparitions. The visionaries were taken for police investigations and psychiatrical examinations, but it was always stated that they were healthy. The same conclusion brought about further examinations done in the following years.  For additional information on the scientific research please visit:
Fr, Jozo Zovko, pastor of Medjugorje at that time, was arrested a month and a half after the first apparition. Although innocent, he was condemned by a communist court to three years and a half of prison.
Thanks to Our Lady’s apparitions, Medjugorje – a simple village parish – became a place of gathering for a multitude of pilgrims from the whole world (in the first 20 years, more then 20 million), and one of the biggest prayer centers in the world, comparable to Lourdes and Fatima. Innumerable witnesses say that, precisely in this place, they have found faith and peace.
According to the unanimous witness of the visionaries, Our Lady gives them messages to be transmitted to the parish and to the world. They mainly address PEACE, FAITH, CONVERSION, PRAYER AND FASTING. The parishioners and the pilgrims have to become witnesses of Our Lady’s apparitions and messages first, and then, together with the visionaries, join her in the realisation of the plan of the conversion of the world and its reconciliation with God.
At the end of 1982, Our Lady addressed herself through inner locutions (locutio cordis) to two ten years old girls, Jelena and Marijana Vasilj. Through their prayer group, she gave - from 1983 to 1987 - counsel to the prayer movement that was created from the very beginning of the apparitions.
Our Lady's messages given in Medjugorje constitute a specific school of peace, of prayer and of love.

What to see in Medjugorje

St. James’ Parish Church
The construction of the old parish church was completed in 1897, soon after the creation of the parish (1892). It was a spacious and beautiful construction for its time. Built on unstable ground, it soon started to develop fissures. Immediately after the end of the First World War, the parishioners began to think about building a new church. Construction lasted from 1934 until January 19, 1969, when it was consecrated. St James Church today is the focus and the centre of both sacramental and prayer life, not Only * for the parishioners, but also for pilgrims.

St. James - Medjugorje
    The Exterior Altar
Because of new needs, which surfaced with the coming of numerous pilgrims, the church and its surroundings have been rearranged ever since 1981. The exterior altar built in 1989, and the surrounding prayer area (with about 5000 seats), are a place of gathering in the summer time and for big feasts, when numerous thousands of pilgrims gather in Medjugorje.

Blue Cross at apparation time
            Apparition Hill
The place of the first apparitions of Our Lady, several hundreds meters above the Bijakovići hamlet called Podbrdo, is today called Apparition Hill.  A steep path leads from the houses to the very place of the apparitions, along which – in 1989 – bronze reliefs were placed representing the joyful and the sorrowful mysteries of the Rosary (the work of Prof. Carmelo Puzzolo).  On the way towards the place of the apparitions, a large wooden cross was erected, signalling the place where – through Marija Pavlović, on the third day of the apparitions – Our Lady gave the call to peace for the first time.  At the very place of the apparitions, in honour of the 20th anniversary of the apparitions, a statue of the Queen of Peace was placed, sculpted according to the model of the statue, which you can find in front of the parish church (the work of Dino Felici).  For the pilgrims, an encounter with Apparition Hill is encounter with Our Lady through personal prayer and prayer of the rosary.  In June 2002, bronze reliefs representing the glorious mysteries of the Rosary (the work of Prof. Carmelo Puzzolo) were placed on the path descending towards the Blue Cross.  At the foot of Apparition Hill is the Blue Cross, placed there in 1985. At this place, Ivan the visionary’s prayer group gathers regularly, ever since July 4th, 1982.

Medjugorje-Cross Mountain
Cross Mountain (Krizevac)
Cross Mountain is a mount above Medjugorje (520 m) where on March 15, 1934, the parishioners constructed a concrete cross 8.56 m high, built in remembrance of the 1900 years since the death of Jesus. On the cross is written: “To Jesus Christ, Redeemer of the human race, as a sign of their faith, love and hope, in remembrance of the 1900 years since the death of Jesus”.   Relics received from Rome for the occasion are embedded in the cross bar itself.  Since then, the custom was established of celebrating Holy Mass at the foot of the cross in commemoration of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, on the 1st Sunday after the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  According to the visionaries, in the message of August 30, 1984, Our Lady said: “The cross was also in God's plan when you built it.”   With Our Lady’s apparitions, the faithful started to pray the Way of the Cross on Cross Mountain. In the beginning, the stations were marked with simple wooden crosses, and in 1988, bronze reliefs (the work of Carmelo Puzzolo) were placed there. On each one of them, with the exception of the Garden of Gethsemane, Our Lady is situated.   For the pilgrims, Cross Mountain is a call to meet Jesus in His Passion and to discover His love.  On the first death anniversary of Fr. Slavko Barbarić (November 24, 2001), on the place where he gave his soul into the hands of the Lord, a memorial was erected: Fr. Slavko’s relief in bronze encrusted in stone. Between two stations of the cross, it will remain as a sign and a memorial of a man who said what he thought and who did what he said, following the Gospel and the messages of the Mother of the Word Incarnate, the Queen of Peace.

Medjugorje-Blessed Sacrement
        The Adoration Chapel
The Adoration Chapel was built in 1991, to offer a place for silent adoration of Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Altar to the pilgrims. Due to the lack of prayer space at the Shrine, Holy Masses in different languages are celebrated there during the morning, but it is open for personal prayer during the afternoon. In the year 2000, reliefs of five priests, natives of the parish, martyrs for the faith, killed by the communists at the very end of the World War II, were placed in the adoration chapel.

Medjugorje-Statue of our Lady
Statue of the Queen of Peace
The marble statue of the Queen of Peace, which became a symbol of the Shrine (the work of Dino Felici from Italy) was put up in 1987 at the square in front of the church. It is a focal point of prayer and meetings for pilgrims and parishioners – day and night. It is probably the most photographed feature of Medjugorje. Our Lady is positioned beckoning with her left hand, while the right hand rests on her heart. But from a kneeling viewpoint, her position can be interpreted as a presentation of her Son, Jesus, crucified on the Cross. Pilgrim groups from various countries often gather around the statue, singing and giving praise in their national tongue. When many hundreds gather to show their devotion, it is a beautiful occasion, and Our Lady can Only * be delighted with the harmony of voices from around the world, raised in prayer and song.

Thanks to Our Lady’s apparitions, Medjugorje became a place of reconciliation, which is especially experienced in the sacrament of Holy Confession. Twenty-five confessionals, built in 1990 and restored in 2001, can be found near the church; it is there that the faithful have daily occasion to experience God’s forgiveness.

Medjugorje-Risen Christ
Prayer Area Around the Statue of the Risen Saviour
The Statue of the Risen Christ was a part of the Medjugorje expansion project begun by the late Father Slavo (March 11, 1946 - Nov. 24, 2000.) While, the project was not started until after his untimely death, it has progress as per his vision. During the expansion project, the Risen Christ Statue was erected. Made mostly of bronze and copper the statue is quite unique and beautiful. Most pilgrims would stop by the statue to admire it and pray.  It is located at southwest of the church, on the way towards the cemetery, a bronze statue of the Risen Saviour (the work of Slovenian sculptor Andrej Ajdič) was put up for Easter 1998. For Easter 2002, a space was arranged around the statue for personal and group prayer of the Stations of the Cross for those who cannot climb Cross Mountain.

Medjugorje-Father Jozo
          Visit to Fr. Jozo
Fr. Jozo was the pastor of St. James in Medugorje when the apparitions began in 1981. In the beginning, Fr. Jozo did not believe in the apparitions. He wondered why the people went to the hill to pray when they did not come to the church. Eventually he saved the children from the hands of the Communists while he was praying in the church and heard a voice say "save the children". From that point on he became the protector of the children and the apparitions.

Medjugorje-Cenacolo Chapel
  Community Cenacolo
The Community Cenacolo is a Christian association that welcomes lost, unsatisfied, delusional, and desperate young people who want to find themselves again, to find joy in life, and to find meaning for their lives. It was founded in July 1983 from the insight of a woman, Sister Elvira Petrozzi, who wanted to give her life to God through helping drug addicts and lost youth. Her main headquarters are located in Saluzzo, Italy. The Community teaches the essentials of life that before we had always refused to learn and no one ever taught us. For us it was normal to confuse pleasure with joy. In our life we have always pursued the immediate pleasure; we never thought that joy could be born in sufferings.

For additional information please visit: www.campo-della-vita.org

The Pilgrims’ Gatherings in Medjugorje

1. Prayer Areas:  There are three main areas where the pilgrims gather in Medjugorje.
 Apparition Hill This is how the area of Podbrdo, above the village of Bijakovici is now referred to. This is where the visionaries claim to have first seen Our Lady. This happened at the end of June back in 1981. Since then pilgrims gather there to pray the rosary. By day and by night, groups can be seen making their way to the place of the first apparition. Up until 1989, there was nothing to be seen there except boulders and rustic crosses which some of the many visitors had left. Today, on the ascent, images in cast bronze, (work of the well-known Florentine artist Carmelo Puzzolo) recall the joyful sorrowful and glorious mysteries of the rosary.
Krizevac is the hill above Medjugorje. Here, in 1934, the people of the village of Medjugorje erected an eight-meter high concrete cross in commemoration of the 1900th anniversary of Jesus' death. In this place, both groups and individuals of the faithful pay homage in the way of the Cross, praying as they go from station to station. In the first years the stations were marked by wooden crosses. Since 1988, however, bronze images depicting the various stations have been placed at each cross, again the work of the Italian sculptor Carmelo Puzzolo. Cross Mountain (Krizevac) has become the "Calvary" of the shrine where pilgrims remember the passion of Christ.
The Parish Church and surrounding area is the area where the Mass and sacramental life in general is celebrated. The old Parish Church, built at the end of the last century, was destroyed during an earth tremor. The new Church was completed in 1969. The church as well as the Parish is consecrated to St. James, (the older) apostle and patron of pilgrims. In 1991, twenty new confessionals were added and an outdoor altar was erected for larger gatherings (when weather permits). Within the Church grounds, there is also a building which houses "the adoration chapel" and seminar rooms for church purposes. There are also two large marquees (which can be joined together to make a larger one) at the disposal of the Parish for various purposes. Overall, the need for "sacral-premises" is ever on the increase.

2. The Schedule of Events:
Basically, we can categorize the events as follows a) daily, b) weekly, and c) annual events.

Daily Mass is as follows:
English speaking 10 am daily 12 noon Sundays.  The evening program of the Parish begins at 5 pm in wintertime (6 pm summertime). It commences with the joyful and sorrowful mysteries of the rosary as a preparation for the celebration of the Eucharist in Croatian, which begins at 6 pm in wintertime (7 pm in Summertime) and continues afterwards with thanksgiving and the glorious mysteries until 8 pm in wintertime (9 pm in Summertime).
Weekly gatherings:
Community reciting of the rosary on Sundays at 2 pm on Apparition Hill. (4 pm in summertime)
Community procession of prayer up Krizevac (Way of the Cross) on Fridays at 2 pm (4 pm in summertime)
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 9 pm (10 pm in summertime)
Eucharistic adoration, as thanksgiving after the Thursday evening Mass.
Adoration of the Cross, as thanksgiving after Friday evening Mass.

Annual gatherings:
On the greater Marian feast-days such as the Annunciation, the Assumption, Immaculate Conception etc.
On the greater church holidays such as Christmas, New Years, Easter, Pentecost... etc
During the Marian months, of May and October, (pilgrim numbers increase)
The greatest number of pilgrims come for the anniversary of the apparitions (June 25th) and for the Exaltation of the Cross (first Sunday after the Nativity of Our Lady (Sept).
Besides the above, there are also some events, which have become part of the customary annual gatherings. These are:
The prayer vigil to see in the New Year (Dec 31st)
The International Peace March from Humac to Medjugorje on June 24th
The International Youth Festival from July 31st to August 6th

3. The Content of Community Prayer in Medjugorje
At a glance, there's nothing unusual about what happens at Medjugorje. Everything is much the same as in other places of pilgrimage. a) Mass is celebrated, b) pilgrims participate in the sacrament of penance c) the rosary is prayed, d) the way of the cross is prayed and e) there is prayer for the sick. However, the way of celebrating is somehow different; the emphasis and effects of which are best seen in the frame of mind of the pilgrim. At Medjugorje, it's not the exterior course of the ritual, which differs, but the spirituality in which it is saturated.
The evening Eucharistic celebration is central to the daily gatherings of the pilgrims. Previous to this, the joyful and sorrowful mysteries of the rosary are prayed, and the glorious mysteries are prayed afterwards. Mass is celebrated in accordance with the liturgical calendar using the Roman missal. The gospel is read in the language of the groups who partake in the Mass. The sermon is usually based on the daily gospel and is conducted through the Croatian language, although sometimes a summary is given in one or two of the pre-dominant languages. Part of the Eucharistic prayer is prayed in Latin and Latin hymns are often sung. Holy communion is distributed according to the wish of the individual i.e. in the hand or on the tongue.
Immediately following the Mass, the Creed, seven Our Fathers, Hail Mary's and Glory Be's are prayed kneeling. This is followed by a blessing of religious objects. Afterwards there is prayer for the sick and the third part of the rosary. Apart from evening services, individual Masses for the different language groups are celebrated at the shrine with hymns and sermons in the respective languages.
As the years go by, the practice of individual, group and community worship of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament is becoming more sought after. Community adoration takes place every Thursday after the evening Mass, and on Wednesdays and Saturdays there is a holy hour at 9 p.m. (10 p.m. in Summertime). There is also an "adoration chapel" at the shrine, in which pilgrims can pray in silence in front of the monstrance, which is exposed for that purpose every day from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. (6 p.m. in Summertime).
With regards to the Sacrament of Penance, it seems that Medjugorje in recent times, has become well known the whole world over. People come from all over the world to reconcile in the sacrament of penance, with themselves, with God and with those around them. Here, a generous number of confessors are always on call ready to offer the necessary attention, to listen to their needs and to open up the treasury of God's mercy to the sinner. Medjugorje is actually referred to by many as the "world's confessional". The atmosphere alone of Medjugorje is often enough to aid visitors in the sacramental encounter, and to help them experience a conversion, and a real turning point in their lives as believers. Often group preparation for confession is useful, in the form of a penitential service or in some other way. But probably the best way is, in open discussion with a confessor.
The rosary is one of the most popular and loved devotions of the pilgrimage to Medjugorje. At the Parish evening services, the joyful, sorrowful and glorious mysteries are prayed with a short introductory meditation before each mystery. When possible, this is translated into other languages also. Often the prayer is interrupted by brief refrains in honour of Our Lord or The Blessed Mother. The rosary is also prayed as a form of pilgrim devotion on Apparition Hill on Sundays at 2 p.m. (or 4 p.m. in summertime). Besides this, the rosary is often prayed even going from station to station either in groups or singularly. At any time of the day or night, groups varying in number and race, can be seen fingering their beads around the Church or on the Hills praying either aloud or within their hearts.

The Way of the Cross is also one of the popular devotions of the pilgrim to Medjugorje. Anyone who is able-bodied enough climbs up the steep and rugged path of Krizevac pausing to observe the bronze image at each station. Those who cannot climb the Hill have the opportunity to meditate on the mysteries of Christ's passion by praying the Stations of the Cross in the Church. There the work of the Italian artist Peppino Sacchi depicts the scenes. Meditating on the Passion, the pilgrim keeps Jesus company and is encouraged to unite the sufferings of his/her own life, (or the sufferings of relatives and friends) with the cross of Jesus. Sometimes they have to offer up and pray for those who represent a cross for themselves personally or indeed for those for whom they are a cross. The Way of the Cross is prayed on Fridays at 2p.m. (4p.m. in Summertime) as a form of pilgrim devotion and also in the Parish Church on the Fridays and Sundays during Lent.

Prayer for the sick in Medjugorje is woven into the Evening services as a form of thanksgiving for the Eucharistic celebration. It is more often referred to as prayer for the healing of body and soul. Humanity, but more particularly the pilgrim, is searching for healing in many senses of the word. The Latin root of the word "salus" has the broader implication of both bodily health and salvation for the soul.

4. The Beginnings of Pilgrimages to Medjugorje
It all began at the end of June when six children began to insist that Our Lady was appearing to them. She introduced herself as the Queen of Peace, and was inviting the world to peace and reconciliation. "Peace, peace, peace between man and God, and among mankind." This not Only * succeeded in bringing Medjugorje to the attention of the whole world but it also marked the beginning of an extraordinary flow of graces, attracting millions of pilgrims from all corners of the earth, men women and children, rich and poor, the sick and the healthy, the unconverted and the purer ones, the sinners and the saints. The uninterrupted stream of pilgrims is ever increasing. Interest is ever deepening, reactions are ever intensifying, and are becoming ever more spiritual and ever more important (Rupcic: "Medjugorje in the History of Salvation" Duvno 1998, page 5).
In later apparitions of Our Lady, she repeatedly invited to conversion and to a change in our relationships, first with ourselves through fasting. This liberates us from all forms of addiction and eases a change in our relationship with others through forgiveness and reconciliation. This ultimately leads to the fulfillment of acts of love.
Even though the question of the supernatural origins of the apparitions is officially unresolved, we have to admit that the way that the Church-life is lived in Medjugorje is directly in response to Our Ladies messages. In her messages, Our Lady concretely asks us to partake in the Holy Mass, in such a way that it becomes the centre of our lives as individual Christians but also as a Christian community. It is the wish of the Blessed Mother that our "Mass becomes an experience of God" (16th of May 1985) "I want to call you to a "living through" of the Holy Mass" (3rd of April 1986) "May Mass be your whole life" (25th of April 1988).
She also invites us to adore Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament of the altar: "Unceasingly adore Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament. I'm always present when the faithful are in adoration. It is then that special graces are given"(15th of March 1984). "Today I invite you to fall in love with Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament of the altar. Adore Him, little children, in your parishes and in that way you will be one with the whole world... When you are in adoration you are close to me"(25th of September 1995).
On the eve of the feast of the Ascension 1984 Our Lady gave this message through the visionary Ivan Dragicevic: " I would like the world to pray increasingly for me in these days. To fast on Wednesdays and Fridays. To pray every day at least the rosary, joyful sorrowful and glorious mysteries" (S Barbaric "Pray with your hearts" Medjugorje 1994 page 41) "Pray the rosary every evening" (8th of October 1994) "I invite you to exhort everyone to pray the rosary! With the rosary, you will have the victory over every misfortune which Satan wants to inflict on the Catholic Church. Pray the rosary, all you priests! Give time to the rosary" (25th of June 1985) "Dear children! Today I call you like never before to prayer. Let your prayer be a prayer for peace.... If you want...accept the rosary! The rosary in itself is enough to work miracles in the world and in your lives" (25th of January 1991)
Our Lady also recommended prayer in front of the Cross (30th of August 1984). "Pray especially in front of the Cross, from which special graces are given"(12th of September 1985) "Meditate on Jesus' sufferings and unite your lives with Jesus"(25th of January 1986)

From day to day, pilgrims are drawn to the church of Medjugorje as one Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church. They come from all tribes and languages to celebrate the mystery of salvation in the Holy Spirit. The celebrating of the Sacred mysteries are at the centre of all events. Mary, Mother of Our Lord is present in these celebrations, as the caring mother and faithful instructor. She gently invites and at the same time thanks (Dear children, little children.... Thank you for having responded to my call!), but at the same time she is exacting; "pray, fast, be carriers of peace, participate in the Mass, live the Gospel... You are not alone. You can do all things in Him who is calling you from the darkness into His wonderful light." She, the mother of Light, is offering us her Son, the Sun of justice, the Light who illuminates every man and enables him to be a light to the world.

Guidelines for Pilgrims:
We would like your stay in Medjugorje to be as pleasant and helpful as possible, here are some recommendations, read them carefully and abide by them:
1. Holy Mass is celebrated Only * in the parish church. It is possible to celebrate Mass in the Adoration chapel, with the prior permission of the pastor. According to an official diocesan directive, it is forbidden to celebrate Holy Mass in pensions, in private homes you are staying in, on the hills and in any community or chapel located in the parish of Medjugorje. For any explanation or information, please contact the Information Office in the sanctuary.
2. Prayer meetings within the parish can be organized Only * with the permission of the pastor.
3. Only * priests working for the parish have the permission to meet pilgrim groups and give conferences in the church area. All others have to obtain the permission of the pastor.
4. No one has the permission to “pray over” any person either in or around the church area.
5. If you are a priest, you are invited to concelebrate at the evening Mass (bringing what is necessary: alb, stole, celebret…), and - if you have the permission to hear confessions - to be at the disposal of pilgrims for confessions in your language, or in the language you speak.
6. The area around the church, on Apparition Hill and Cross Mountain, are places of prayer. I ask you to please respect them as such, to behave in harmony with their significance and to dress appropriately, as to not disturb prayer and meditation. I ask you also to preserve the cleanliness of these places.
7. No candles are to be lit on Apparition Hill or on Cross Mountain. They may be lit Only * at the place provided on the west-side of the church, near the Wooden Cross. Votive offerings, religious articles, photos – nothing should not be left on Apparition Hill or on Cross Mountain.
8. Smoking is not allowed in and around the church.
9. Conscious of the presence of God, and in order to protect the atmosphere of prayer and meditation, it is not allowed to take photos during Mass and during Adoration.
10. It is forbidden to solicit any money, apart from the offerings during Holy Mass. If you notice anybody trying to do this, please contact the Information Office of the Sanctuary.
11. Mass intentions, pledges or donations for the maintenance of the Sanctuary of the Queen of Peace are to be given to the Parish Office. Thank you!
With God’s blessing,
Dr. Fr Ivan Sesar, OFM, pastor

For Additional Information About Your Destination:

Please visit the official tourism website as follows: www.medjugorje.hr 

The Queen of Peace Shrine – Medjugorje
Weekly  Schedule

NOTE: Times in RED are winter hours.

07.30 am - Holy Mass in Croatian (+ 1 pm in Summer)
Morning - Holy Mass in various languages (English Holy Mass at 10:00 am)
During the Day - Possible Talks from Local Priests and/or Visionaries
Afternoon - Silent Adoration in the Adoration Chapel

5(6)8(9)pm - Evening Prayer Program and Confession
5(6) pm - Joyful and Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary
6(7) pm - Holy Mass
7(8)–8(9) pm – Blessings of objects, Prayer for health of soul and body, Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary

07.30 am - Holy Mass in Croatian (+ 1 pm in Summer)
Morning - Holy Mass in various languages (English Holy Mass at 10:00 am)
During the Day - Possible Talks from Local Priests and/or Visionaries
Afternoon - Silent Adoration in the Adoration Chapel

5(6)–8(9)pm - Evening Prayer Program and Confession
5(6) pm - Joyful and Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary
6(7) pm - Holy Mass
7(8)–8(9) pm – Blessings of objects, Prayer for health of soul and body, Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary

07.30 am - Holy Mass in Croatian (+ 1 pm in Summer)
Morning - Holy Mass in various languages (English Holy Mass at 10:00 am)
During the Day - Possible Talks from Local Priests and/or Visionaries
Afternoon - Silent Adoration in the Adoration Chapel

5(6)–8(9)pm - Evening Prayer Program and Confession
5(6) pm - Joyful and Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary
6(7) pm - Holy Mass
7(8)–8(9) pm – Blessings of objects, Prayer for health of soul and body, Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary
9(10)–10(11) pm - Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament

07.30 am - Holy Mass in Croatian (+ 1 pm in Summer)
Morning - Holy Mass in various languages (English Holy Mass at 10:00 am)
During the Day - Possible Talks from Local Priests and/or Visionaries
Afternoon - Silent Adoration in the Adoration Chapel

5(6)–8(9)pm - Evening Prayer Program and Confession
5 (6) pm – Rosary
     - Advent, Christmas time and Ordinary time: Joyful and Luminous mysteries.
     - Lent: Luminous and Sorrowful mysteries.
     - Easter time: Luminous and Glorious mysteries.
5(6) pm – Joyful and Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary
6(7) pm - Holy Mass, then Blessings of objects
7(8)–8(9) pm - Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament

07.30 am - Holy Mass in Croatian (+ 1 pm in Summer)
Morning - Holy Mass in various languages (English Holy Mass at 10:00 am)
During the Day - Possible Talks from Local Priests and/or Visionaries
Afternoon - Silent Adoration in the Adoration Chapel
2(4) pm - Way of the Cross ON Mount Križevac

5(6)–8(9)pm - Evening Prayer Program and Confession
5(6) pm – Joyful and Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary
6(7) pm - Holy Mass, then Blessings of objects
7(8)–8(9) pm - Veneration of the Holy Cross

07.30 am - Holy Mass in Croatian (+ 1 pm in Summer)
Morning - Holy Mass in various languages (English Holy Mass at 10:00 am)
During the Day - Possible Talks from Local Priests and/or Visionaries
1 pm - Holy Mass in Croatian
Afternoon - Silent Adoration in the Adoration Chapel

5(6)–8(9)pm - Evening Prayer Program and Confession
5(6) pm - Joyful and Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary
6(7) pm - Holy Mass
7(8)–8(9) pm – Blessings of objects, Prayer for health of soul and body, Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary
9(10)–10(11) pm - Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament

8, 11 am, 6(7) pm - Holy Mass in Croatian
Morning - Holy Mass in various languages (English Holy Mass at Noon)
Afternoon - Silent Adoration in the Adoration Chapel
2(4 pm) - Rosary on Apparition Hill

5(6)–8(9)pm - Evening Prayer Program and Confession
5(6) pm - Joyful and Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary
6(7) pm - Holy Mass
7(8)–8(9) pm – Blessings of objects, Prayer for health of soul and body, Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary


For all other information regarding schedule, please contact the Medjugorje Information Office:
Tel/fax: +387 (36) 651-988 or e-mail: informacije@medjugorje.hr


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www.206tours.com Bullet sales@206tours.com
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