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 The Message of Garabandal 











Did the Blessed Mother speak
of Abortion at Garabandal ?

gh   Glenn Hudson          (Click with Edge; Right click to read aloud - Immersive Reader translate.)

The Blessed Mother speaks of Abortion at Garabandal


Among the fulfilled prophecies of Garabandal was one that only came to light with the publication of a German book [Garabandal — Der Zeigefinger Gottes.] on Garabandal in 1992. The author, Albrecht Weber, was in Garabandal on the day after Conchita's last apparition at Garabandal on November 13, 1965 and had a long conversation with the visionary. The following excerpt from his book deals with some of what the visionary told him:

She [Conchita] spoke quite openly about the developments by which men in the near future would rebel against God. On the day after Our Lady's last appearance at Garabandal, Conchita asked the author, "Can you imagine how somebody could kill children in the womb without thereby killing the mother?" The author spontaneously answered, "No! What gave you that idea, Conchita?"

"Well, the Blessed Mother spoke about this and she let me know that this will happen with the overflowing of the chalice." [In her second Message of June 18,1965, the Virgin said, "Before, the cup was filling up. Now it is flowing over."]

Conchita said this tremblingly without being able to visualize what it really implied. She said further that it disturbed her very much but that she felt ridiculous because she hadn't understood at all how this killing could be affected. The Blessed Virgin had not explained it to her and up until that moment, nobody had been able to make her understand it at all.
Conchita would learn soon enough when abortion became legalized, even in her native country.

The Blessed Virgin had spoken about this unfortunate practice to the visionary, in terms that had left her stunned. Indeed, at the time, Conchita did not understand "how it was possible to kill a child in his (or hers) mother's womb without killing the mother at the same time . . .!"

[Excerpted from 'Garabandal' Book, page 203]










































Last Update  May 9, 2021