MARY vs. LUCIFER by John Ireland Gallery

MARY vs. LUCIFER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This book has three distinctive features. It contains, in a single volume, accounts of all the ecclesiastically approved public apparitions of the Blessed Virgin (eleven of them) since 1531, acquaints the reader with the details of certain approved apparitions that are not well known, and recounts the story of two apparitions (at Robinsonville, Wis. and at Pellevoisin) that have not received formal ecclesiastical approval. The story of each apparition is told briefly, interestingly and objectively. The author's comments relate to the similarity of the Blessed Virgin's messages in each case, to the theme of the eternal enmity between Mary and Satan and to the need of Mary's help in the fight against the devil's weapon of Communism.

Pub Date: Feb. 22nd, 1960
Publisher: Bruce