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  • Our Lady of Medjugorje Messages

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  • Free video archive

    Medjugorje Videos contains selection of best online videos available on Internet, which can be freely viewed or downloaded. Most videos are directly related to Medjugorje, however some other videos related to spiritual life and videos about Marian apparitions will be also included.

    If you would like to add to this video archives your own video, film, please contact us and send us by e-mail.

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  • Croats (in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia)

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  • Apparition

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    • Medjugorje: Talks, Interviews and Media

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    • Holy See and Medjugorje

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    • Scientific Study and Research

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    • Messages and Secrets

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    • Bishops in Medjugorje

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    • Medjugorje Apparitions

      Our Lady appears to six visionaries, which can see her and talk with her during regular apparitions. During some of these apparitions, Our Lady gives messages. One of most frequented topics of these messages are appeals for prayers and love.

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    • Marian Apparitions

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    • Interesting Skeptics...

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    • Visionares

      On June 24, 1981 at around 6pm six little children went outside of Medjugorje on a little hill named Podbrdo, or locally known as Crnica.

      Those children were Ivanka Ivanković, Mirjana Dragičević, Vicka Ivanković, Ivan
      Dragičević, Ivan Ivanković and Milka Pavlović. While there, they saw a beautiful, young woman holding a baby in her arms. She never said anything that day, but tried to show them with her hands to come closer to her. The children got very scared and ran away, although they all thought they saw Virgin Mary.

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    • Medjugorje Miracles

      Supernatural signs are a method God has used throughout history to know Him and to bring His children to conversion. It is a way God speaks to us or to incite our hearts to believe and come to Him. Yet, Jesus once said:

      Matthew 12:39

      “An evil and unfaithful generation seeks a sign, but no sign will be given it except the sign of Jonah the prophet.”

      Yet still, Our Lady says:

      March 25, 1990

      “…God wants to save you and sends you messages through men, nature, and so many things which can only help you to understand that you must change the direction of your life…”

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    • Medjugorje Sing

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  • Prayer

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    • Novena

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    • Prayers and Novenas

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    • Heaven, Purgatory, and hell

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    • Prayer groups

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    • Stations of the Cross

      Stations of the Cross

      Mary's Way of the Cross

      (Stations of the Cross on the Cross Mountain - Medjugorje)

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    • Prayers in Shrine of Queen of Peace

      Note:

      These are prayers that are prayed in the Church of St. James in Medjugorje, or were dedicated to Jelena Vasilj for her prayer group from the Blessed Mother. You will notice, in some cases, that both the English and Croatian forms of these prayers are shown, so that anyone going to Medjugorje can be more familiar with them.
      For compatibility, the special Croatian characters are not used.

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    • The Holy Rosary

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    • How to Pray the Rosary

      How to Pray the Rosary Diagram

      Apostolic Letter on New Luminous Mysteries

      Introduction

      The Rosary is divided into five decades. Each decade represents a mystery or event in the life of Jesus. There are four sets of "Mysteries of the Rosary" (Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful, and Glorious). These four "Mysteries of the Rosary" therefore contain, a total of twenty mysteries. The Joyful Mysteries, Luminous Mysteries, Sorrowful Mysteries, and Glorious Mysteries are then said on specific days of the week (see each set of mysteries below). During private recitation of the Rosary, each decade requires devout meditation on a specific mystery. Public recitation of the Rosary (two or more people), requires a leader to announce each of the mysteries before the decade, and start each prayer (see "The Family Rosary" below).

      The Apostle's Creed is said on the Crucifix; the Our Father is said on each of the Large Beads; the Hail Mary is said on each of the Small Beads; the Glory Be after the three Hail Mary's at the beginning of the Rosary, and after each decade of Small Beads. In June 13, 1917, Our Lady asked that an additional prayer be added after each decade of the Rosary (see prayers at the end of this document). It is a prayer of forgiveness to Jesus and is said following the Glory Be after each decade only.

       

      (Source: medjugorje.org)

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    • Novena to Mary, Undoer of Knots

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  • Medjugorje

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    • News from Medjugorje

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    • Medjugorje's Stories

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    • History of Medjugorje

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    • Medjugorje Map + Maps of Surrounding

      Instead it is located in southern part of Bosnia Herzegovina, which used to be a former republic of Yugoslavia. Medjugorje is not located in Yugoslavia nor Croatia, such even today some people still think. Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in Southern Europe and it's capital city is Sarajevo. Bosnia and Herzegovina is surrounded by Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia. Medjugorje is located between the city (20 km) of Mostar and coastside of Adriatic sea (part across the Peljesac Peninsula). It's in relative close location to Croatian coastal cities of Dubrovnik and Split.

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    • About Medjugorje

      Medjugorje is a small town in south Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located on Bakan peninsula, in the southeastern Europe.

      Bosnia and Herzegovina borders with Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro. It has an area of 51,129 square kilometers, and is almost landlocked except for the 26 kilometers of the Adriatic Sea coastline, around the country’s town Neum.

      Church St. James the Apostle

      Official languages in Bosnia and Herzegovina are Croatian, Bosnian and Serbian. The country’s capital is Sarajevo.
      The name Bosnia and Herzegovina comes from the two regions – Bosnia and Herzegovina .
      Medjugorje is located in Herzegovina, about 25 kilometers from Mostar. Unofficial Herzegovina’s capital is Mostar. It has mild Mediterranean climate, with hot summer and mild winter. Medjugorje parish consists of five nearby villages – Medjugorje, Bijakovici, Surmanci, Vionica and Miletina.

      The parish was founded in late 1892 and is dedicated to St. James the Apostle, protector of pilgrims.

      Medjugorje currently inhabits about 4300 residents.

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    • Places of interest

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    • Medjugorje FAQ

      I have tried with this FAQ to answer some of the most commonly asked questions about Medjugorje. The answers are made to be short, simple and to the point. I did not want to make this page too lengthy. I hope that you find it useful. Please also realize that this page is not meant to be a catechesis on the Catholic faith. There is lots of information available which explains our rich Catholic Faith. Rather, these questions focus more directly on Medjugorje. Please also refer to our page "About Medjugorje".

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    • Medjugorje Hotels, Apartments, Restaurants

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    • Churches and monasteries in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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  • About as

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  • Croatian national treasure

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    • Croatian folk dance and song

      Croatian dance traditionally refers to a series of folk-dances, the most common being the Kolo. Croatian dance varies by region, and can be found throughout the various regions of Croatia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Serbia, Hungary, and Romania. The traditional kolo is a circle dance, where dancers follow each other around the circle, is relatively simple in form and widespread throughout other Slavic countries. Due to immigration, Croatian folk dance groups are prevalent throughout the diaspora, most notably the United States, Canada, Australia, and Germany.

      Music is a very important part of Croatian folk dance, with of the most common instruments used are the tamburica, lijerica, jedinka, šargija, bagpipe, and accordion. Today, kolo is danced at weddings, baptisms, holidays such as Easter, and ethnic festivals.

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    • Croatian musical instruments

      Croatian traditional instruments

       

      Once upon a time when giants lived on the Earth, a man was walking along a river bank. He was alone. Only the wind played around his shoulders, running here and there through the reeds that grew along the riverbank. Suddenly, he heard a strange sound, different from any other sound he had ever heard before. Silence, then the sound again. Silence, then the sound again. With every gust of wind, he would hear the sound, which stopped as the wind abated. The man approached the reeds to discover what creature made such strange sounds. He did not see anything, only one hollow, split reed stem that stood out from the rest. The wind blew again, the reed vibrated and he heard the sound again. The man’s heart was full of joy; he took the broken reed and blew into it. Since that time, he was never alone again.
      Although the times and the world are different, I believe that even today, somewhere deep in the forest the fairies dance when someone somewhere plays the bagpipes, shepherd’s pipes or at least a twin-reed.
      Let us now look at this miraculous world of old Croatian traditional instruments.

      * Gajde , Gaida , Croatian bagpipes ,
      * Dangubica ,
      * Diplica ,
      * Gunjac , Bajs ,
      * Gusle ,
      * Diple , Dvojnice , Dvojanke or the flute - Diple without bag ,
      * Diple, Mih from Herzegovina ,
      * Mih from Pelješac ,
      * Mih from Dalmatia ,
      * Mih from the Islands ,
      * Istarski mih ,
      * Jedinka ,
      * Lijerica ,
      * Samica ,
      * Šargija ,
      * Zurna ,
      * Dude četveroglasne ,
      * Dude peteroglasne ,
      * Gunge ,
      * Roženica ,
      * Šurla ,
      * Banijska svirala ,
      * Sluškinja ,
      * Trojka ,
      * Četvorka ,
      * Strančica ,
      * Trstenice ,
      * Rogovi ,
      * Dječje svirale ,
      * Sea organ ,
      * Sopila ,
      * Tamburica ,

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    • Croatian national costume

      Croatian national costume or Croatian dress (Croatian: narodna nošnja, plural: narodne nošnje) refers to the traditional clothing worn by Croats living in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, with smaller communities in Hungary, Montenegro, and Romania. Since today the majority of Croats wear Western-style clothing on a daily basis, the national costumes are most often worn with connection to special events and celebrations, mostly at ethnic festivals, religious holidays, weddings, and by dancing groups who dance the traditional Croatian kolo, or circle dance. Each Croatian region has its own specific variety of costume that vary in style, material, color, shape, and form. Much of these regional costumes were influenced by the Austrian, Hungarian, German, Italian, or Turkish presence, due to whichever power ruled the region.

      Main attire

      For the female dress, attire consists of a plain white dress or blouse (košulja) or underskirt (skutići), which is usually the basic form of the costume. It is then added with other clothing and decorations, which may include another overdress or skirt (kotula), a decorative jacket (đaketa, djaketa, paletun or koret), apron (ogrnjač or pregjača), scarf (ubrsac), kerchief or shawl which are usually decorated with a floral or animal motif. The embroidery is very intricate and is usually red, white, blue, gold, or black. Her jewellery, ranging from necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and rings could consist of gold, silver, beads, pearls, or even corral from the Adriatic. Hair is interwoven into one or two braids and decorated with red ribbons for girls or women that are unmarried, while married women wear woven or silk kerchiefs on their heads. Costumes of brides consists of a crown or wreath often made of flowers (vijenac) and large amounts of jewelry. The woman's head could be adorned by a kerchief, cap, or a headdress, the most famous being the headdresses worn by the women from the island of Pag. The amount of paraphernalia a woman is adorned with, either very much or rarely any at all, depends on the region. Completing the costume are stockings (bječve) or knee-high socks, and boots or a special kind of sandal called opanci.

      For the males, the national dress usually consists on loose, wide slacks (gaće širkoke) and a shirt, and both are usually either black or white, or both. The man may wear a decorative or plain vest (fermen or jačerma), over his shirt, and possibly a waistcoat. The man almost always wears a cap, varying in shape and design depending on the region. The most famous cap is perhaps the Lika cap, worn in the Lika region for centuries by the people. Footwear, like the women's', consists mainly on boots and sandals. Because of the weather, certain places often have woolen vests, cloaks, coats, or fur for the colder regions, and silk and light linens for the warmer climates.

      There are four main types of costumes associated with the regions: the Pannonian style in the north and east, the continental or Dinaric style, and the coastal style on the coast.

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    • Specialties Croatian cuisine

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    • Originally Croatian

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    • The tradition of the Croats

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  • Famous Croats

    The following is a list of prominent individuals who were Croatian citizens or of Croatian ancestry.

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  • Pilgrimage

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