MEG REVIEW: Website identifies lesser known Marian apparitionsAugust 12, 2012 No Comments
August 12, 2012 / MariaNews.com
MEG REVIEW: Website identifies lesser known Marian apparitions
(MariaNews.com) - Independent website CatholicDoors.com identifies a list of Church approved apparitions of the Virgin Mary. The list includes cases such as St. Dominic receiving the rosary as the ultimate weapon against evil and lesser known cases such as Lady Richeldis de Faverches from 1061, England.
1061: OUR LADY OF WALSINGHAM, ENGLAND
In 1061, Lady Richeldis de Faverches, a widow who lived in a manor in Walsingham, experienced three visions by Mary. In her visions, Mary showed Lady de Faverches the house in Nazareth where the angel Gabriel told her she would give birth to the Son of the Most High. The Blessed Mother asked Lady de Faverches to build a replica of her house in Nazareth dedicated as a memorial to the Annunciation to Mary and the Incarnation of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Mary promised: ”Let all who are in any way distressed or in need seek me there in that small house that you maintain for me at Walsingham. To all that seek me there shall be given succour.”
Read More from CatholicDoors.com here.*
*MariaNews.com has not verified all of the cases listed at CatholicDoors.com.
Operation M.E.G., stands for Media + Education = Government. Operation MEG is a 20 year plan dedicated to inspiring a more virtuous culture. MEG Review is a new column on MariaNews.com that will showcase unique websites.
Subscribe to MariaNews.com
Tags: Apparitions of the Virgin Mary, Blessed Mother, Catholic Miracles, Catholic mystics, catholic news, maria news.com, Mysteries of the Catholic Church, Our Lady of Walsingham, rosary, St. DominicCatholic Resources, Culture, Featured Article, Visions of Our Lady