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Saturday, November 24, 2007

Our Lady of Naju, Korea

Photo: Bloody communion of Julia Kim, the Korean woman who claims to see and receive messages from Our Lady.

This seems so repellent to me, I can't imagine anyone finding devotion through such demonstrations.

Source: Our Lady of Naju

10 comments:

  1. That's listed as a false apparition at Unity Publishing, a Catholic group that studies apparitions around the world---- I don't know why.

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  2. Another site lists her as false, too:

    http://www.catholicplanet.com/apparitions/index.htm

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  3. Kind of scary when you read that last link and see how the lady might be being duped by the evil one.

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  4. i've known about this woman for many years. As far as i'm aware it's approved by the Bishop but i can be corrected. i know the naju apparition in Japan is authentic. When you think about it it is really only the truth of what we receive in Holy communion..slightly different is the stigmata which is equally horrifying to observe (eg St Pio)..so i remain open to the possibility..

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  5. I'm with you on this one, Terry.

    Tom

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  6. Susan - Thanks - yes it has been officially condemned by the South Korean Bishops:
    http://english.chosun.com/w21data/html/news/200711/200711220010.html

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  7. My only question is...WHY?! The stigmata I can understand. But this...no way. I'd be on a plane to Medjugorje before I'd believe this.

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  8. Jeron1:54 PM

    What Angela said.

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  9. What Angela and Jeron said.

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  10. I am a Eucharistic convert. I converted to Catholicism when I found Jesus in the Eucharist the first time I attended Holy Mass. This "apparition" does not seem right to me at all. I cannot believe that it is true, even if a bishop were to say that it is.

    Several devotees to "Our Lady of Naju" followed me on Twitter yesterday. I will pray for them.

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