Our Lady of La Salette, France- September 19, 1846

Our Lady said to turn away from sin and do penance or undergo terrible suffering.  Get more details 

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mexico December 12, 1531

This miraculous image of Our Lady of Guadalupe is often referred to as a pro-life image because her image helped stop the human sacrifice by the Aztec people at that time and perhaps for these times.  The miraculous image of Our Lady gave meaning to the people to reveal God's plan and brought 9 million souls into the Catholic Church in a just a few short years!  


Approved Apparitions, by Holy Roman Church

"The earliest known claim was from St. James the Greater who saw the Virgin Mary while he was in preaching on the banks of the Ebro River in Saragossa, Spain in 40 A.D. Today, apparition reports occur more frequently. Some scholars estimate the total number of apparition claims throughout history to be approximately 2,500 (with about 500 of those coming in the 20th century alone). " Entire article here Miracle Hunter

Our Lady of Fatima,  Portugal 1917, is perhaps the most important apparition of the 20th Century. The miracle of the sun was witness by 70K  and was one of the biggest miracles of our time!  In Sr. Lucia's last vision of the Holy Trinity  below, Our Lady asked for the consecration of Russia and to pray and make sacrifices for this request. She also asked for devotion to her Immaculate Heart so  to make reparation for ungrateful men. The Devils Final Battle

Apparition of Kibeho was authentic of the anticipated vision of the Rwanda genocide that occurred 12 years later, in 1994. On August 19, 1982, the seers saw “a river of blood, people who were killing each other, abandoned corpses with no one to bury them, a tree all in flames, bodies without their heads.” This prophecy seemed at first incredible, but about a decade later, in the spring of 1994, a horrifying civil war erupted in Rwanda, and, in just three months, an estimated 500,000 to one million were killed, many beheaded by machetes and dumped into the Kagea River (“river of blood”). More