Rwandan genocide survivor to speak at St. Pius X church

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Most of Immaculee Ilibagiza family were killed in the 1994 genocide. Now a best selling author and popular Catholic speaker, Immaculee started the Left to Tell Charitable Fund to support Rwandan orphans. She will speak at St. Pius X church on Monday, September 22. Her talk will be based on her book, “Left to Tell,” is about forgiveness and the power of faith.

The images in the video below are from the Shrine of Our Lady of Kibeho. The Blessed Virgin Mary appeared in Kibeho, Rwanda from 1981-89. She brought many beautiful messages to the visionaries, but one day she brought a warning that shocked everyone. She told a crowd of over 25,000 that a “river of blood” was coming to their country if they did not listen. She begged them to love, forgive, & honor each others differences or a bad thing would happen. 12 years later, the terrible genocide came to Rwanda. Mary’s prediction and warning came true.┬áThis is one of the many things that the Catholic Church used to prove that these apparitions were real and the Vatican approved Kibeho in 2001.

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