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Vincent Tardalo wrote:

Hi, guys —

I am very interested in two topics and I would be grateful if you could point me in the right direction in regards to locating the appropriate information.

  • First, I was wondering if there is a list of all miraculous visions and sightings and if these sightings are connected with world events (i.e. World War I and World War II)?

Second, my mother, whom recently has passed away, was profoundly interested in Angels and I would like to study some comprehensive literature on the subject.

  • What recommendations, if any, can you provide for me?

I thank you for your time and consideration regarding my questions.

Vincent

  { Can you suggest reading: on Heavenly visions and their connection to world events and; on angels? }

Bob replied:

Vincent,

There are approved apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and Fatima has been linked to predictions about the Second World War.

Search approved Marian Apparitions to find good resources.

Here is one such link:

Books by Ignatius Press Publishing have a number of good titles you can search:

Also check out the Google search results for:

Peace,

Bob Kirby

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