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Video – Variety #71: Mariae Advocatae Causa 1 of 5

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Variety #71 – Amsterdam 2008 ( 11min) >>> Play

Ave Maria!

A major Marian conference discussing the impact the proclamation of the Co-redemption Dogma would have on the Church for the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in the context of approved Marian Apparitions. This conference was held on the anniversary of the last apparition of Our Lady of All Nations on May 31, 1959, the feast of the Visitation in Amsterdam, Netherlands where the apparitions took place along side one of the famous Dutch canals at the historic Victoria Hotel in Park Plaza at the heart of the city in the presence of 100 select guests.

Ave Maria!

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2 Responses to “Video – Variety #71: Mariae Advocatae Causa 1 of 5”

  1. NIM Says:

    Our Lady of All Nations is not an approved apparition, and those who follow the false “apparition” often belong to the excommunicated group commonly known as the Army of Mary who falsely hold that Mary is God.

  2. apostolate Says:

    Ave Maria!

    Dear NIM,

    Thanks for your concern. This is an important issue but Bishop Punt the Archbishop of Amsterdam the very city where the apparition took place, and so he is the very person who’s competence it is to decide such matters, has, in fact, approved the apparition. I hope this helps.

    Fra Roderic

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