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Old 31st March 2016, 11:00 AM
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[quote=Ron Conte;44541]I thought you were joking about the superbowl (Feb 5, 2017).
The Warning must occur on Good Friday

No joke, but it is my opinion based on my prediction that the Miracle will occur on Holy Thursday, April 13, 2017. The Warning may occur, not "must" occur on Good Friday. Why do you say "must?"
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Old 31st March 2016, 11:43 AM
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That is the day that Jesus died for our sins, so it is the most fitting day for the grace of repentance at the Warning.

Also, see the Scripture passage I cited in my previous post.
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Old 31st March 2016, 03:56 PM
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Exclamation Mysterious and Unexpected Ways!!

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That is the day that Jesus died for our sins, so it is the most fitting day for the grace of repentance at the Warning.

Also, see the Scripture passage I cited in my previous post.

Even if Good Friday were the "most" fitting day, it does not mean that the Warning "must" happen on Good Friday.

God works in mysterious and unexpected ways!!
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Old 15th January 2020, 01:53 AM
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Unhappy Friend of Joey claims he did not get new eyes because he did not do prayers

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The author of this video seems to have researched a lot on the Garabandal apparitions and he has posted his information and explained interpretations. He has more videos on the topic but I have only seen this one. Unfortunately, this is only in Spanish without subtitles, but I would like to point out some things that I didn’t know before:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfH713gL1rQ

According to this video, by the 3:37mints it attributes the following words to Blessed Pope Paul VI.

“This is humanity’s most beautiful story since Christ’s birth. It’s like the second life of our Blessed Virgin on earth, and there are no words to thank it.” – Paul VI

But doesn’t say the source where he got this information. I personally did a research and got this information from this Garabandal website:
http://www.garabandal.org.es/index.p...i-y-garabandal

It’s in Spanish too but at least I know there is a source.

By 6:35mints. says that our Blessed Mother even plaid "hide and seek" with the girls (highlighting it with red words), just like any mother would play with her children.

By 26:45 mints, it says that the Miracle will happen around 8:30pm local time (which allegedly, at 32 mints, says this was the Last Supper’s time).

The author of this video concludes that the Miracle’s date, as a high probability, will be on April 13, 2017 (mints 33:09).

From the 38: 45 mints and on, says that on the date of the Miracle, Joe Lomangino’s body will have new eyes, perhaps implying that if his body is exhumed, he will appear with new eyes. He also implies that he may resurrect as some people resurrected from their tombs at Christ’s death and resurrection.

He also points out, at 47:10 mints, that it was predicted that something will happen little before the Miracle that will decrease the belief in the Garabandal apparitions and that perhaps this could be Joe’s death.

Joey's friend informed me, face to face, as to why he believes Joey never got new eyes:

Our Lady told Joey to recite a series of prayers on a daily basis for a number of years and Our Lord would give him new eyes. Joey did the prayers for a while but then was awarded a huge monetary settlement as a result of a lawsuit brought with respect to the accident that blinded him.

After receiving the money, ALLEGEDLY, Joey stopped saying the prayers and indulged in "women, wine and song." (his friends words, not mine)

Because Joey did not stay on course saying the prayers, Joey's friend believes that Joey did not get the wonderful miracle that was promised him. Now this makes a lot more sense to me than other explanations I've heard but again, the information for this explanation, came only from a friend of Joey's who used to escort Joey [and drive him] to various events to speak about Garabandal and related religious topics.

I cannot attest as to the credibility of Joey's friend, but given the fact that he was close to Joey for so many years, I doubt that he invented this explanation. Why would he defame a devout man that he was buddies with for decades?

But, on the other hand: Who knows??

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Old 15th January 2020, 02:33 AM
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Unhappy Friend of Joey claims he did not get new eyes because he did not do prayers

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Joey's friend informed me, face to face, as to why he believes Joey never got new eyes:

Our Lady told Joey to recite a series of prayers on a daily basis for a number of years and Our Lord would give him new eyes. Joey did the prayers for a while but then was awarded a huge monetary settlement as a result of a lawsuit brought with respect to the accident that blinded him.

After receiving the money, ALLEGEDLY, Joey stopped saying the prayers and indulged in "women, wine and song." (his friends words, not mine)

Because Joey did not stay on course saying the prayers, Joey's friend believes that Joey did not get the wonderful miracle that was promised him. Now this makes a lot more sense to me than other explanations I've heard but again, the information for this explanation, came only from a friend of Joey's who used to escort Joey [and drive him] to various events to speak about Garabandal and related religious topics.

I cannot attest as to the credibility of Joey's friend, but given the fact that he was close to Joey for so many years, I doubt that he invented this explanation. Why would he defame a devout man that he was buddies with for decades?

But, on the other hand: Who knows??



FYI: Joey's friend is retired and now attends church as St. Clement of Rome Parish in Sun City, AZ.

Location:
15800 Del Webb Boulevard
Sun City, AZ 85351
Phone: 623-974-5867
Fax: 623-974-0562
Web: http://www.stclementaz.org

His friend whispered this information to me following a mass at this church. I do not know if he wants me to use his name or not. Next time I see him, I will ask.
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Old 15th January 2020, 01:40 PM
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Thank you for this information.
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