Medjugorje and Me is the second book of testimonies from people from all over the world, about their experiences of Medjugorje. It is a sequel to Medjugorje: what it means to me.
Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow, CEO of Mary’s Meals and winner of the 2010 CNN Ordinary Heroes; Siobhan Mhic Craith, daughter of famous Irish musician Liam Clancy; award-winning BBC journalist, Chris Rogers; and Milona von Habsburg, Archduchess of Austria, are among the noteworthy names sharing their experiences.
Contributors to the book come from all walks of life, including a Dublin man paralysed from the neck down at the age of seventeen; another young man who was facing a prison sentence and found himself in Medjugorje two weeks before his court case; and an expriest who had a journey from ‘sin to salvation’ in Medjugorje. We also hear the stories of Mark Lenaghan, ex-IRA member, who credits Medjugorje for his conversion and Sr Colette, Mother Abbess with the Poor Clares in Galway, who discovered her vocation in Medjugorje. We hear about a Jewish man’s unlikely conversion to Catholicism and a young Englishman who gave up a prosperous career to become a priest after feeling ‘called’ whilst in Medjugorje.
World-renowned singer, songwriter and composer, Liam Lawton, provides the foreword.
Louise Hall is a writer from Dublin. Her first non-fiction book, Medjugorje: what it means to me, was published by The Columba Press in 2012. Louise has contributed to many newspapers and publications including The Sunday Independent, The Irish Independent, The Irish News, Woman’s Way and The Gazette, as well as to RTÉ Radio 1’s flagship religious programme, The God Slot, where she does reviews, interviews and reports.