The Man Behind Medjugorje
When Andrea Gemma, bishop emeritus of Isernia-Venafro and one of Italy's best known exorcists, announced in the Italian Catholic internet newsletter Petrus that the Church had officially stated that the Blessed Mother had never appeared in Medjugorje and that entire operation was the "work of the devil," he was asked to be more specific about the interests motivating involvement in Medjugorje. The bishop declared, "I'm referring to the devil's shit, money." Bishop Gemma claimed that the seers were inspired by Satan, and him alone, to spread unrest and confusion among the faithful. "Think of the disobedience which they have promoted in the Church. Their spiritual advisor, a Franciscan who was expelled from his order and suspended from his priestly faculties, continues to confect invalid sacraments." The fact that many priests from around the world continue to lead pilgrimages there is "a disgrace," the bishop added. "The phoney seers and their assistants make money hand over fist, while at the same time the devil creates dissension between the faithful and the Church." Gemma dismissed the objection that the Holy See had never issued a pronouncement on Medjugorje as "one more lie." Rome has always endorsed the view of the Bishop of Mostar that Medjugorje was a "diabolical deception." "Let me let you in on a little secret," Bishop Gemma continued. The Vatican is going to release an explosive announcement in the near future which will reveal once and for all who was behind this deception. The other shoe dropped when Rome asked Ratko Peric, Bishop of Mostar, to announce the suspension of the man behind the almost 30-year-old Medjugorje hoax. In "The Man Behind Medjugorje," E. Michael Jones explains how he exposed the man behind Medjugorje 20 years before the Vatican did. This is an ideal introduction to a hoax that still keeps Catholics in bondage.