VASSULA RYDEN-DON LATTIN : Mystic Called Divine Prophet or Con Artist / Catholic churches issue warning before S.F. visit



JANUARY 12, 2013

Mystic Called Divine Prophet or Con Artist / Catholic churches issue warning before S.F. visit

http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Mystic-Called-Divine-Prophet-Or-Con-Artist-2956386.php

By Don Lattin, San Francisco Chronicle religion writer, December 14, 1996

 

Her followers call her “Vassula” and view her elegant scribblings as divine dictation from the sacred heart of Jesus.

Her critics see a false prophet, a con artist who has duped a few bishops and thousands of Roman Catholics longing for modern-day miracles.

At the center of the storm is Vassula Ryden, a former tennis champion and fashion model born in Egypt to Greek parents.

Amid warnings from the Vatican about her eclectic revelations, Vassula descends upon San Francisco tomorrow for an afternoon appearance at the Palace of Fine Arts.

Ryden, 54, says she started receiving divine messages one day in 1985 while she was making out a shopping list.

By the 1990s, Ryden had attracted a devoted following among the worldwide network of Catholics who follow apparitions of the Virgin Mary, including those who believe that Mary appeared in the Yugoslavian town of Medjugorje in 1981.

“Every day, in the morning, she feels an inner call,” said Bob Carroll, who is coordinating Ryden’s current U.S. tour. “She goes into prayer and is given these dictations. The Lord raptures her hand. It is very distinctive handwriting, not like her own.”

Ryden’s claims received a boost of legitimacy in 1993 and 1994 when Catholic Bishops Francis Quinn of Sacramento and Donald Montrose of Stockton welcomed her into their respective cathedrals.

“She attracted a great crowd. She filled the cathedral,” said Quinn, who is now retired. “Her message pretty much followed the traditional theology of the Catholic church.”

Conservative Catholics were shocked that Ryden, a divorcee and member of the Greek Orthodox Church, was allowed to speak in the cathedral and sell her books and tapes there. “It’s a sham,” said Laurette Elsberry of Sacramento, a Catholic woman who monitors Vassula and her “True Life in God” movement.

“A lot of Catholics are hungering for something spiritual. She steps in and fills a void,” Elsberry said. “But she trivializes our faith. She’s a false prophet.”

Elsberry’s crusade to discredit Vassula appears to be paying off.

Earlier this month, the official Vatican newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano, published a statement on Vassula by the Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. It states, “The faithful are not to regard the messages of Vassula Ryden as divine revelations, but only as personal meditations.”

Tomorrow morning, Catholic parishioners in San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo counties will find that warning reprinted in the archdiocese’s “Sunday to Sunday” church bulletin.

In a telephone interview from Portland, Ryden said the Vatican warnings have only increased her visibility and her invitations to appear in venues around the world.

“I’m just a housewife,” she said. “Why does the Vatican give so much attention to a housewife?”

Ryden, who now lives in Switzerland, said Vatican officials did not even speak to her before issuing their warning.

“We’ve had no hearing,” she said. “Even the worst criminals get at least one hearing.”

Vassula’s writings have been published in 31 languages by Trinitas, an Independence, Missouri, publishing house.

Among the most popular is the “original handwriting” edition that reproduces the Swiss mystic’s revelations as they were taken down.

“Vassula of My Sacred Heart, peace be with you,” reads the message from July 12, 1993. “Although you were not the one who sought Me, I have favored you and in your wretchedness I have come to you; although you were not apt for this mission I have decided to raise you with My Power to go out and conquer an irreligious and wicked world with My Message.”

Most of Vassula’s messages are fairly standard Christian fare — calling on believers to repent and show devotion to God, Jesus and Mary. Others call on divided churches to unify. Some deal with specific subjects, such as the rebirth of Christianity in Russia. Other messages are stern warnings to those who are “persecuting” Vassula.

 

 

Skeptics point out that some of these divine revelations have been altered between editions — including changes that made them more in line with Catholic doctrine.

Asked to explain how God’s word could change between editions, Ryden said, “The writings have not been changed by God. They have been changed by myself. My English is not perfect.”

Ryden says she didn’t get into the revelation business for the money. Her books cost $9.95, video tapes from $10 to $20, and audio tapes go for $6. A $5 donation is requested for tickets to her appearance at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the Palace of Fine Arts. “It’s all done on a nonprofit basis,” she said. “We take no money from the books. I could have been a millionaire by now.”

 

Reported New Sightings Fuel Virgin Mary Fervor Millennium – Uncertainty offered as one reason

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/1998/12/25/MN1075.DTL

By Don Lattin, San Francisco Chronicle religion writer, December 25, 1998

 

For centuries, Catholics have been getting messages from the Virgin Mary, seeing her statues weep and finding her image in the clouds and on church walls.

But those who study these sightings note a dramatic increase in recent years.

They cite three major reasons — the approach of the millennium, the strong Marian devotion of Pope John Paul II, and the continuing influence of events at Medjugorje, a Bosnian village where the mother of Jesus supposedly appeared in 1981.

“With the approach of the year 2000, people are looking for reassurance, for something tangible,” said Woodeene Koenig-Bricker, author of the book “365 Mary.”

Two months ago, on a farm in Conyers, Ga., 100,000 people gathered to hear Nancy Fowler, a middle-aged housewife, channel purported messages from the Virgin Mary.

“This is happening all over the place,” said Tony Jatcko, a spokesman for Fowler. “The Blessed Mother is on a mission to deliver the message that things are not going as they should in the world.”

Last month, 500 people and a couple of priests ignored the warnings of Archbishop William Levada and turned out to see another pseudo-Catholic channel, Vassula Ryden, at Herbst Theatre in San Francisco.

“Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with Thee,” chanted the Rev. Donald McDonald, leading the congregation in a half-hour rosary preceding Vassula’s arrival.

Earlier this month, on the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, about two dozen Mexican farm workers and their families gathered around a large shade tree at a Yuba City housing project. They saw an image of Mary in a large knothole and have laid candles and poinsettias at the base of the tree.

On the eve of the holiday, which marks a celebrated Marian apparition in Mexico in 1531, 12-year-old Aurora Becerra strung white lights on a wooden shrine built to protect the sacred image.

Her grandfather, Ramon Gonzales, discovered the apparition at Richmond Homes last spring.

“Many people came — some from as far away as Los Angeles,” said Gonzales. “This was a ruined place. Kids were drinking and getting into drugs. Since Mary came, there has been a spiritual uplifting in the community.”

This rising devotion to Mary cuts across class lines and denominational boundaries.

At Grace Cathedral, high atop Nob Hill, the Rev. Alan Jones lights a candle every day before a shrine to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Next summer, he will lead a first-class, 14-day pilgrimage to Chartres Cathedral in France titled “Mary and the Birth of the Soul.”

Jones, dean of the Episcopal cathedral, sees Mary as part of a broader “shift from dogma to imagery” in American religion, a revival more emotional than intellectual.

Something primordial

“There’s something primordial about the image of a woman with a baby,” he said. “It tells us how to behave in the world and can be a role model for both men and women. That’s much more powerful than clobbering people with dogma.”

Others trace the latest wave of Marian visions to Medjugorje, the village in Bosnia where six youths reported a vision of Mary on June 24, 1981. Their claim was quickly promoted by a group of Franciscans in the region, even after the local bishop dismissed the alleged apparition as a “collective hallucination.”

By the 1990s, Medjugorje had become a major pilgrimage site and tourist industry, with its own travel agencies, magazines, hotels and package deals. Hundreds of millions of dollars have poured into the region, providing a major source of foreign currency in the war-torn land.

Several of the visionary “youths” — now approaching middle age — continue to commune with Mary, meet with pilgrims and take the message worldwide.

The Vatican has never officially approved the Medjugorje visions, but the spot now rivals such church- sanctioned Marian meccas as Lourdes, a grotto in the foothills of the French Pyrenees, and Fatima, where the visions of three young Portuguese shepherds captivated Catholics during World War I.

Medjugorje, some scholars say, has inspired much of the Marian fervor in the world today.

“Whenever we have a major phenomenon like Medjugorje or Lourdes, there’s a tendency for them to generate a lot of minor ones,” said the Rev. Johann Roten, director of the Marian Library at the University of Dayton.

POST-LOURDES APPARITIONS

In the decade after the 1858 visions in Lourdes, Roten said, there were more than 100 reported apparitions in Europe and elsewhere.

Roten said all the commotion in Georgia, which has been slowly building for the past decade, is “a typical replica of Fatima.”

Fatima prophecies, especially the “Secret Message of Fatima,” are increasingly popular at the dawn of the new millennium, when many of the faithful are on the lookout for apocalyptic signs of the second coming of Christ.

This fervor is fed by the fact that the Vatican has never released the final revelation Mary allegedly gave to the three Portuguese shepherds at Fatima in 1917.

“Some say it would create a doomsday mentality,” Roten said. “I’ve probably seen 10 to 12 versions of it over the years, but none of them are very convincing. We know the pope has seen it, and Cardinal (Joseph) Ratzinger (head of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith) has seen it. They have chosen not to reveal it.”

Vatican authorities have also been slow to pass judgment on the messages from Medjugorje. Pope John Paul II, who comes out of the traditional Polish Catholic Church, has an unusually strong devotion to Mary and has been a major force behind the Marian resurgence.

According to Roten, who visited Medjugorje in the late 1980s, the jury is still out on the Bosnian visionaries.

“My impression was overwhelmingly positive,” he said. “People were strong in their faith and doing things like fasting, conversions, confession, Mass. The overall religious atmosphere was very positive.”

Other conservative Catholics are outraged that the church has allowed the Medjugorje myth to blossom, and they say it is no more valid than Fowler, Vassula or the next renegade visionary cashing in on popular devotion.

MEDJUGORJE FACTOR

“Medjugorje was a conspiracy that has generated huge amounts of money and has spread all over the world,” said Rick Salbato, leader of Catholic Cult Watch in Campbell. “There is a spirit in Medjugorje, but it is not of God. Those who seek the supernatural open the door to demonic forces pretending to be angels of light.”

Salbato said the Vatican’s refusal to make a clear statement on Medjugorje only encourages copycat mystics like Fowler and Vassula.

“People go to Medjugorje, see how fantastic they are doing there, and start having their own apparitions,” he said.

Last month, on the day Vassula appeared at Herbst Theatre, Archbishop Levada reprinted Vatican warnings against her teachings in Sunday church bulletins across the archdiocese. “Catholics should not consider her messages as divine revelations, but as personal meditations,” the archbishop warned. “The meditations contain elements that are negative in the light of church doctrine.”

Nevertheless, about 500 people came to see Vassula, a former fashion model born in Egypt to Greek parents. She claims to receive divine messages from Jesus, Mary and an angel named Daniel, and writes them down in an elegant script.

BOOKS SELLING WELL

Books containing reprints of her handwritten revelations were selling briskly in the theater lobby.

On stage, Vassula stood at a lectern in front of a large painting of Jesus, his long hair parted down the middle and falling into his face — a hair style remarkably similar to Vassula’s own coiffure. Flower arrangements with sparkling gold shrubbery, like two burning bushes, stood on each side of the podium. To her right was an easel with a blue-and- white picture of the Virgin Mary.

Since her last appearance two years ago in San Francisco, Vassula’s message has become more apocalyptic.

“We are living in the end of time — not the end of the world, but the end of one epoch,” she said. “The evil one wants to destroy the church of Christ. He will not, but he is doing a lot of damage. Jesus will say, ‘Enough.’ And the time is soon.”

Vassula has also added a faith- healing service to her performance. At Herbst Theatre, about 25 people climbed on stage to have the 56- year-old mystic lay her hands upon their heads.

Among them was Nick Cassimus of San Rafael, who came to the theater with his wife and developmentally disabled daughter, hoping the healing service would help her “awaken.”

“I’m not a big believer in evangelists, but there is something about Vassula,” he said. “I don’t believe what the church says about her messages not being true. Anyway, I don’t follow the priests.”

‘IT IS FROM GOD’

Outside in the lobby, Rafael Lahoz of San Bruno was buying one of Vassula’s books. Church warnings about her teachings do not concern him.

“I go by what I feel on the inside,” he said. “She seems very sincere. I believe it is from God.”

Roten, the director of the Marian Library, predicts that interest in Vassula Ryden and Nancy Fowler “will probably disappear soon.”

Time, he said, is the greatest test when it comes to passing judgment on messages from Mary.

“The church tries to stay away from these things for as long as possible,” Roten said. “The longer it lasts and flourishes, the better we can see it for what it really is.”


A imprint in the bark of a tree at the Richland Homes Apartment Complex in Yuba City, Ca., that local residents say resembles the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe, which is seen in a photo in the upper right corner.

Medjugorje, some scholars say, has inspired much of the Marian fervor in the world today.

“Whenever we have a major phenomenon like Medjugorje or Lourdes, there’s a tendency for them to generate a lot of minor ones,” said the Rev. Johann Roten, director of the Marian Library at the University of Dayton.

Post-Lourdes apparitions

In the decade after the 1858 visions in Lourdes, Roten said, there were more than 100 reported apparitions in Europe and elsewhere.

Roten said all the commotion in Georgia, which has been slowly building for the past decade, is “a typical replica of Fatima.”

Fatima prophecies, especially the “Secret Message of Fatima,” are increasingly popular at the dawn of the new millennium, when many of the faithful are on the lookout for apocalyptic signs of the second coming of Christ.

This fervor is fed by the fact that the Vatican has never released the final revelation Mary allegedly gave to the three Portuguese shepherds at Fatima in 1917.

“Some say it would create a doomsday mentality,” Roten said. “I’ve probably seen 10 to 12 versions of it over the years, but none of them are very convincing. We know the pope has seen it, and Cardinal (Joseph) Ratzinger (head of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith) has seen it. They have chosen not to reveal it.”

Vatican authorities have also been slow to pass judgment on the messages from Medjugorje. Pope John Paul II, who comes out of the traditional Polish Catholic Church, has an unusually strong devotion to Mary and has been a major force behind the Marian resurgence.

According to Roten, who visited Medjugorje in the late 1980s, the jury is still out on the Bosnian visionaries.

“My impression was overwhelmingly positive,” he said. “People were strong in their faith and doing things like fasting, conversions, confession, Mass. The overall religious atmosphere was very positive.”

Other conservative Catholics are outraged that the church has allowed the Medjugorje myth to blossom, and they say it is no more valid than Fowler, Vassula or the next renegade visionary cashing in on popular devotion.

Medjugorje factor

“Medjugorje was a conspiracy that has generated huge amounts of money and has spread all over the world,” said Rick Salbato, leader of Catholic Cult Watch in Campbell. “There is a spirit in Medjugorje, but it is not of God. Those who seek the supernatural open the door to demonic forces pretending to be angels of light.”

Salbato said the Vatican’s refusal to make a clear statement on Medjugorje only encourages copycat mystics like Fowler and Vassula.

“People go to Medjugorje, see how fantastic they are doing there, and start having their own apparitions,” he said.

 

 

Last month, on the day Vassula appeared at Herbst Theatre, Archbishop Levada reprinted Vatican warnings against her teachings in Sunday church bulletins across the archdiocese. “Catholics should not consider her messages as divine revelations, but as personal meditations,” the archbishop warned. “The meditations contain elements that are negative in the light of church doctrine.”

Nevertheless, about 500 people came to see Vassula, a former fashion model born in Egypt to Greek parents. She claims to receive divine messages from Jesus, Mary and an angel named Daniel, and writes them down in an elegant script.

Books selling well

Books containing reprints of her handwritten revelations were selling briskly in the theater lobby.

On stage, Vassula stood at a lectern in front of a large painting of Jesus, his long hair parted down the middle and falling into his face — a hair style remarkably similar to Vassula’s own coiffure. Flower arrangements with sparkling gold shrubbery, like two burning bushes, stood on each side of the podium. To her right was an easel with a blue-and- white picture of the Virgin Mary.

Since her last appearance two years ago in San Francisco, Vassula’s message has become more apocalyptic.

“We are living in the end of time — not the end of the world, but the end of one epoch,” she said. “The evil one wants to destroy the church of Christ. He will not, but he is doing a lot of damage. Jesus will say, ‘Enough.’ And the time is soon.”

Vassula has also added a faith-healing service to her performance. At Herbst Theatre, about 25 people climbed on stage to have the 56-year-old mystic lay her hands upon their heads.

Among them was Nick Cassimus of San Rafael, who came to the theater with his wife and developmentally disabled daughter, hoping the healing service would help her “awaken.”

“I’m not a big believer in evangelists, but there is something about Vassula,” he said. “I don’t believe what the church says about her messages not being true. Anyway, I don’t follow the priests.”

‘IT IS FROM GOD’

Outside in the lobby, Rafael Lahoz of San Bruno was buying one of Vassula’s books. Church warnings about her teachings do not concern him. “I go by what I feel on the inside,” he said. “She seems very sincere. I believe it is from God.” Roten, the director of the Marian Library, predicts that interest in Vassula Ryden and Nancy Fowler “will probably disappear soon.” Time, he said, is the greatest test when it comes to passing judgment on messages from Mary. “The church tries to stay away from these things for as long as possible,” Roten said.” The longer it lasts and flourishes, the better we can see it for what it really is.”

This article appeared on page A-1 of the San Francisco Chronicle

 

MY COMMENTS

Don Lattin is a secular writer for a secular newspaper.

One must carefully re-read the comments of Vassula Ryden concerning the Church and her officials. Since the 1990s, she has toned down her rhetoric, having experienced that her public criticism did her no good.

Medjugorje, an unapproved, highly suspect and greatly scandalous “apparitions” centre, has certainly had a major influence on Vassula Ryden and TLIG as the documentation in my dozens of other articles and reports shows. Medjugorje and Vassula Ryden even have the same theologians and Mariologists supporting them.

In India, the appearances of Vassula Ryden are free of cost to the general public. I noted with interest in a couple of news items such as the above that she sells tickets to would-be entrants for her programmes.

 

See

PRIVATE REVELATION

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/PRIVATE_REVELATION.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-PROBLEMS WITH ROME BUT WELCOME IN INDIA

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-PROBLEMS_WITH_ROME_BUT_WELCOME_IN_INDIA.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-A CDF NOTIFICATION BISHOPS WARNINGS AND THEOLOGICAL CRITIQUES

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-A_CDF_NOTIFICATION_BISHOPS_WARNINGS_AND_THEOLOGICAL_CRITIQUES.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-THE EUCHARIST AND INTERCOMMUNION ONE DATE AND PAN-CHRISTIAN ECUMENISM

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-THE_EUCHARIST_AND_INTERCOMMUNION_ONE_DATE_AND_PAN-CHRISTIAN_ECUMENISM.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-EXCOMMUNICATED OR NOT-A LAW SUIT

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-EXCOMMUNICATED_OR_NOT-A_LAW_SUIT.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-THE REASONS FOR THE CHURCH’S NEGATIVE REACTION

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-THE_REASONS_FOR_THE_CHURCHS_NEGATIVE_REACTION.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-FR FRANCOIS MARIE DERMINE

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-FR_FRANCOIS_MARIE_DERMINE.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-FR MITCH PACWA

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-FR_MITCH_PACWA.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-FR PETER JOSEPH

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-FR_PETER_JOSEPH.doc

 

 

 

VASSULA RYDEN-FR BRIAN HARRISON

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-FR_BRIAN_HARRISON.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-FR RAY BLAKE

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-FR_RAY_BLAKE.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-MARIA LAURA PIO

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-MARIA_LAURA_PIO.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-MARK WATERINCKX

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-MARK_WATERINCKX.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-CARDINAL BASIL HUME

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-CARDINAL_BASIL_HUME.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-A CRITIQUE-DIALOGUE CENTRE INTERNATIONAL

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-A_CRITIQUE-DIALOGUE_CENTRE_INTERNATIONAL.doc

VASSULA RYDEN’S JESUS-INGERLISE PROVSTGAARD

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDENS_JESUS-INGERLISE_PROVSTGAARD.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-RICHARD SALBATO

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-RICHARD_SALBATO.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-JOE NICKELL

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-JOE_NICKELL.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-CAREY WINTERS

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-CAREY_WINTERS.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-CONSTANCE CUMBEY

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-CONSTANCE_CUMBEY.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-RONALD L CONTE

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-RONALD_L_CONTE.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-AN ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-AN_ORTHODOX_CHRISTIAN.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-JOHN SANIDOPOULOS

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-JOHN_SANIDOPOULOS.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-LAURENCE ENGLAND

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-LAURENCE_ENGLAND.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-LAURETTE ELSBERRY

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-LAURETTE_ELSBERRY.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-MURIEL

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-MURIEL.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-RICHARD CHONAK

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-RICHARD_CHONAK.doc
VASSULA RYDEN-TERRY NELSON

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-TERRY_NELSON.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-THEOTOKOS

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-THEOTOKOS.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-CATHOLIC ANSWERS

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-CATHOLIC_ANSWERS.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-CATHOLIC DOORS

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-CATHOLIC_DOORS.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-CATHOLICLIGHT

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-CATHOLICLIGHT.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-BENEDICT TANG

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-BENEDICT_TANG.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-BRO IGNATIUS MARY

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-BRO_IGNATIUS_MARY.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-CARRIE TOMKO

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-CARRIE_TOMKO.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-INTERNATIONAL MARIAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-INTERNATIONAL_MARIAN_RESEARCH_INSTITUTE.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-INVESTIGATE VASSULA

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-INVESTIGATE_VASSULA.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-APPARITIONSITES.COM

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-APPARITIONSITES.COM.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-EWTN

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-EWTN.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-SUSAN BRINKMANN

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-SUSAN_BRINKMANN.doc

 

 

VASSULA RYDEN-TE DEUM

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-TE_DEUM.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-DANIEL KLIMEK

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-DANIEL_KLIMEK.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-TONY-ALLEN CUCOLO

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-TONY-ALLEN_CUCOLO.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-ADUR VALLEY PARISH

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-ADUR_VALLEY_PARISH.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-SGERBIC

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-SGERBIC.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-SUNDAYVISION

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-SUNDAYVISION.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-ASK A CATHOLIC

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-ASK_A_CATHOLIC.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-TESTIMONIES

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN_TESTIMONIES.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-ORTHODOX_CHRISTIANITY.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-STEVE HAYES

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-STEVE_HAYES.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-RORATE CAELI

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-RORATE_CAELI.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-SEMPER FI

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-SEMPER_FI.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-CATHOLIC-PAGES.COM

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-CATHOLIC-PAGES.COM.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-CATHOLICFORUMS.COM

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-CATHOLICFORUMS.COM.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-CHRISTIANFORUMS.COM

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-CHRISTIANFORUMS.COM.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-NOTIFICATION
CDF, OCTOBER 6, 1995

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-NOTIFICATION.doc

VASSULA RYDEN-THE TLIG APOLOGISTS

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/VASSULA_RYDEN-THE_TLIG_APOLOGISTS.doc

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  1. For anyone doubting the messages of God through vassula need to meditate reflect ask God for a sign if this is authantic.for anyone claiming to know God and not recognize the manifestation of God working with Vassula is being mislead by satan himself. for Satan does not want the truth out by no means of any kind.He knows his time is near so he is working every means possible to pollute the world as we know it to not to recognize the signs of the times for the second coming of our Lord.

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