Our Lady of Kibeho - Mary Speaks to the World from the Heart of Africa
By Immaculee Ilibagiza, with Steve Erwin. This is the personal account of the visionaries of Kibeho by Immaculee Ilibagiza (you may remember her book "Left to Tell," about the 1994 Rawandan genocide). Always believing in the apparitions, Immaculee writes a compelling account of the visionaries and their visions. In 1981, Our Lady appeared to a girl named Alponsine Mumureke in an all girl's Catholic school. No one believed her. Our Lady appeared to Anathalie Mukamazimpaka in the school. There was a girl who was furious at the two visionaries, proclaiming them to be frauds. Our Lady began to appear to her as well, changing her so dramatically that most were now convinced the apparitions were genuine. In 1982, Our Lady began appearing to more children with no connection to the first three. They all described Mary in exactly the same way, although they were separated by miles and didn't know each other. Our Lady showed all the visionaries "rivers of blood," describing the genocide before it happened. Some of them were killed in the terrible genocide and Kibeho was decimated. The local Bishop has approved these apparitions. Softcover, 212 pages.