Our Lady of Medjugorje’s April 25, 2010 Message to the World

The following is Our Lady of Medjugorje’s April 25, 2010 Monthly Message :

“Dear children! At this time, when in a special way you are praying and seeking my intercession, I call you, little children, to pray so that through your prayers I can help you to have all the more hearts be opened to my messages. Pray for my intentions. I am with you and I intercede before my Son for each of you. Thank you for having responded to my call.”

 

A Friend of Medjugorje is working on a special writing that will help open hearts to new aspects of the message. While many know of the messages, it is Our Lady today who encourages us to help people to be open to Her messages. In a special way, She asks us to pray for this. Be praying for this writing, that we can all together open millions of hearts to Our Lady’s special way.

 

Listen to the Radio WAVE show as A Friend of Medjugorje will be discussing April 25, 2010 Message, here.

 

PS: If you haven’t read the update on the billboard campaign Expanding a Very Powerful Program of Introducing Our Lady to Countless New Souls you will want to read this writing.

30 thoughts on “Our Lady of Medjugorje’s April 25, 2010 Message to the World”

  1. 5/29/19 I have just read the beautiful story of the Andrea’s life, burial and entrance to eternal life with her baby angel. Our beautiful, happy, beloved daughter,wife & mother of 4 plus 3 stepchildren Colleen Marie went heaven at age 43 on 5/1/2012.Colleen had beautiful red hair and a great love for Our Lady. Many blessings from God and DIRECTLY FROM COLLEEN have come to us since then. In fact there are MANY SIMILARTIES between what I read about Andrea and Colleen. God instilled the word”SAINT” in my heart when I was told of her passing. My son-in-law received a healing within days of her passing and a multitude of BUTTERFLIES appeared in doors. Colleen was the Indoor Color Guard instructor of young children including her 6yr old daughter and also had 2 teen aged daughters who performed. She would not want the children to miss the Annual East Coast Championship in Wildwood,NJ so we went. Her funeral mass was held when we returned home.May God Bless Andrea, baby angel,and our Colleen

  2. Very beautifully done.i am surprised how much you have done since I was there with George Ingham .never saw a funeral like what was shown.l have a lot to think about. God bless.

  3. Thank you for this very moving life story of Andrea, I felt myself like being there especially seeing her beautiful face, the family and the whole community I see heaven. May I ask you Lady Andrea to pray for us and the whole world to Our lady and Mother of all. God bless!

  4. Thanks for this heroic life of a great saint you have posted on your site – Andrea Doris Pipp! She reminds the contemporary world of the gift of motherhood; exemplifying the kind of life that Christ and His Mother (and Our mother ) wants from us – A life of great sacrifice! To such is the Kingdom of Heaven meant for!May she with the Blessed in Heaven continue to take good care of us. I will offer mass and communion for her. Andrea Doris Pipp, pray us!

  5. Juta Michaelis

    Thank you for sharing Andrea, her family and Caritas family with your extended family all over the world. All the reading and pictures touched my heart deeply. That little Jacob could say “baby” and “Mommy” so clearly before Andrea took her last breath was a miracle in itself. I pray that Our Lady and Our Lord will continue to bless your community. The world thanks you for all the good you do.Peace,Juta

  6. christina milstead

    God bless that beautiful family. Andrea made the ultimate sacrifice for her baby. My grandmother made the same decision many years ago and passed on, along with her unborn child, rather than have an abortion that would have saved her life. She left behind seven very young children. That type of love cannot be measured. My heart-felt wishes to Anthony and his beautiful family. God Bless.

  7. Marie Therese

    Dear friends, Condolence to the family of Andrea. May she rest in the peace of our Dear Risen Lord and our loving Mother of Peace. Union in prayers, and thanks for letting us know. Courage. With love, Marie Therese

  8. Thank you so much for sharing with us, very moving and lovely. God bless you all Andrea’s family and the whole community.Andrea pray for us!

  9. James, what is meant by the statement, “you will not even feel the passage from this life to the next…” is that by living Our Lady’s messages, you will already begin to live Heaven on earth. Your life will become a seamless life, between heaven and earth. Our Lady in Medjugorje said in 1986: “If you would abandon yourselves to me, you will not even feel the passage from this life to the next life. You will begin to live the life of Heaven on earth.”

  10. James Williamson

    Thanks very much for your wonderful portrayal of Andrea’s life and passing into eternity in Heaven with her unborn child. I have one easy question. What does it mean when it says in the article and email update that ” Our Lady in Medjugorje tells us that when you live Her messages, you will not even feel the passage from this life to the next…”? Thanks very much for your time. God BlessJim

  11. My dear family.. I am moved beyond words. I had to get up and move about before I could settle again.I thank you.Reading this and all the messages have opened my mind and heart as never before. My pray is that Our BlessedMother will be with me at each step. I have alway loved her and taken all my worries and trials to her but perhaps not with complete faith..Please pray for me and my family.while I now know that my faith is so much stronger our sons and their families are going in all direction, they are kind and loving but not sure about religion, Perhaps I havefailed in this respect because of my own lack of faith while they were young.

  12. Thanks for sharing this graceful departure of Andrea. I was still praying for her and her family. Everyday a Rosary had been offered. I was in India at Divine Retreat center . I could not check my E-mail. Today only I know. Through my tears I always pray Anthony and little children. God knows everything and by human knowledge, we can’t understand. But I know well that Andrea is in Heaven, and with Lord Jesus and Mother Mary, she will look after her loved ones.Praise The Lord!

  13. We are deeply touched with God’s grace as we read through the events of what has been transcribed above. Reminds us of our visit to Caritas many years ago & meeting all the beautiful lovers of Mary. We take you with us in prayer each day & thank you with all our hearts for keeping the Spirit of love alive.

  14. Thank you for sharing with us in this deeply moving time that there is a healing beauty found in death. I will pray that Our Lord continue to shine upon Andrea’s family and the blessed Caritas Community.

  15. Sandra and Florian

    To our dear friends at Caritas,Thank you for sharing Andrea’s beautiful Wake and Funeral. Even though we could not come ,we were there in spirit.We love you and are in our prayers every day.

  16. Dear Caritas,You are the antidote to today’s way of living. God bless you abundantly!

  17. I am so very moved and touched by Andrea’s passing into heavenly peace with Our Lady, angels, and saints, yet I envisioned that she is in a very beautiful place due to her family’s love for her, fellowship in the Caritas family, love, and lots of good loving thoughts of her. I am sure that all of her family will miss her dearly, but I am sure that she is looking at all of you with her dearest love at heart for all of you. She is in peace and her spirit is free with Our Lady’s love.

  18. I had just come back from praying the rosary when I saw the message about Andrea’s wake and funeral. If I have been more emotionally moved, I can not recall it. My heart aches for your loss, yet sings for your blessings. I am trying to come to your wonderful holy land in the next few months, and I pray I am worthy enough to be there. God bless you all. Thank you for giving the world a perfect example of what love is all about. Family.

  19. My dear friends of Caritas, thank you very much for this writing of love and peace and also for the pictures, it touched my heart. Andrea is so beautiful wife and mother, my prayers are with you dearest Andrea, pray for us. My sincere sympathy to Andrea’s husband and her children.Thank you Jesus and Mary for this beautiful example.Fatin Yousif

  20. How beautiful is every word and thought expressed in this beautiful writing. How blessed Andrea was in experiencing her first Easter in heaven with her newest child. How blessed all of you were to have travelled this journey with them. Joy mixed with sorrow. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you, with all our love. Paul and Barb

  21. I don’t have words to discribe what of I just read. I feel happy instead of being sad. Let us pray to Our Blessed Mother that by this example we can learn more and accept the challenges our Lord gives us on our daily lives.

  22. Thank this community for sharing a most moving testimony of the meaning of love and life in Christ. The transition of life and living the messages of Our Lady are transformed by this loving community experience. God Bless and His love and peace to all. Thank you, Mother Mary, for your prayers, love and messages.

  23. Rosalie Dancause

    Following the story of Andrea’s last days, death and burial has been so inspiring and so beautiful — I know those words are totally inadequate to the task of describing what you have so generously shared with us.Today I too found myself praying to Andrea — I go once a week, with my daughter when her work schedule permits, to pray at a crisis pregnancy center which is right next to an abortion mill. Sometimes people headed for the abortion mill get the wrong door and come to us, which happened today, so I was praying for the couple being counseled. In the chapel room where we pray there were holy cards of St. Gianna Molla, who was canonized for doing exactly what Andrea did, she died that her child might live (the fact that Andrea’s child died with her was God’s choice, it doesn’t change the fact that Andrea made that sacrifice of her own life) so it seemed appropriate to invoke Andrea’s intercession along with that of the other saints one normally prays to in such a situation.

  24. I kept Andrea in my prayers through the night (prior to her death); and early in the morning a thought suddenly came into my mind that Andrea now was “for each one of us, personally”. Padre Pio once responded to a question asking “would he pray for us all after he passed from this life to the next. He said “no I won’t remember everyone, I will be for EACH ONE personally”. This thought came to me that Andrea was now for each one of us personally. This was before I knew that she has passed away. When I found out the time Andrea passed, it was the same time this happened to me. I thank God for His goodness and I that our Lady for leading us by the hand. I pray that all of us will embrace our Lady’s messages and truly live The Way. Our Lady Queen of Peace, pray of us.

  25. As i read the story, i find it really touching. My soul glorifies the Lord. I am not afraid to die because i knew if am with God, in death HE will never leave me. In leaving unto this earth, there are many trials, but trials make you strong because we are with the Lord and I’m very grateful. Mama Mary thanks to you, also.

  26. It was the most beautiful account of a death and burial I have ever heard of. I only wish that I could have been there and known Andrea personally. We have so much to learn from her life and death. My husband was buried on Wednesday of Holy Week last year. It’s a lovely time of resurrection. I hope he can meet Andrea in Heaven too. My sincere sympathy to Andrea’s husband and her beautiful little family. What a privilege for them to have had such a wonderful Mam in Heaven with Our Holy Mother.

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