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Our Lady of Kibeho: Mary Speaks to the World from the Heart of Africa
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Thirteen years before the bloody 1994 genocide that swept across Rwanda and left more than a million people dead, the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ appeared to eight young people in the remote village of Kibeho. Through these visionaries, Mary and Jesus warned of the looming holocaust, which they assured could be averted if Rwandans opened their hearts to God and embraced His love.

Much like what happened at similar sites such as F??tima and Lourdes, the messengers of Kibeho were at first mocked and disbelieved. But as miracle after miracle occurred in the tiny village, tens of thousands of Rwandans journeyed to Kibeho to behold the apparitions. For years, countless onlookers watched as the Mother and Son of God spoke through the eight seers about God’s love, sending messages that they insisted were meant not only for Rwandans, but for the entire world, to hear.

Mary also sent messages to government and church leaders to instruct them how to end the ethnic hatred simmering in their country. She warned them that Rwanda would become “a river of blood”a??a land of unspeakable carnagea??if the hatred of the people was not quickly quelled by love. Some leaders listened, but very few believed: the prophetic and apocalyptic warnings tragically came true during 100 horrifying days of savage bloodletting and mass murder.

After the genocide, and two decades of rigorous investigation, Our Lady of Kibeho became the first and only Vatican-approved Marian (that is, related to the Virgin Mary) site in all of Africa. But the story still remains largely unknown. Now, Immacul??e Ilibagiza plans to change all that. She made many pilgrimages to Kibeho both before and after the holocaust, personally witnessed true miracles, and spoke with a number of the visionaries themselves. What she’s discovered will deeply touch your heart.

Customer Reviews:

  • Very Well Written
    I am really enjoying this book. It is really well written and avoids romanticism of spiritual issues. It tells the story in straightforward terms, and provides lots of pictorial evidence to back up its statements. I would highly recommend it....more info
  • A must read for every Christian and non-Christian.
    Immaculee is amazing, I'm so grateful that she was able to tell the story of Kibeho. There is evidence of God's involvement in our lives everywhere, hopefully this book can change the minds of some non-believers....more info
  • Kibeho is modern day Fatima
    For anyone who knows the story of Mary's appearance at Fatima in 1917, at Guadalupe in 1531 and Lourdes in 1858 you will recognize the message: Pray he rosary, offer sacrifices, pray for the conversion of sinners. Kibeho, Rwanda! Of all places our Lady chose a remote village in a poor country in Africa to spread her message. Immaculee Illibigiza tells a compelling story of Our Lady's visit to three young girls beginning in 1981 and the subsequent consecration of the country to Our Blessed Mother. The Vatican approved this as a legitimate apparition site in 2000. A very persuasive book with a very positive message: Mary is the Loving Mother of all Peoples and continues to call us to prayer. ...more info
  • Our Lady of Kibeho....excellent reading!
    Best book I've read recently about our beautiful Blessed Mother's apparitions in Kibeho and her messages for the world. She truly wants to be everyone's Mother, taking no credit for herself but giving all the glory to God the Father through her son, Jesus! A must read book if you desire to know what heaven is trying to tell us through Mary, our mother, about the present situation of world and what will shortly befall humanity if we do not straighten out our lives and get back to repentence and morally, upright living!!!!!!!...more info
  • One is not enough
    Just reading the excerpts on Amazon, I was inspired to tell friends about the book I had ordered. After reading it, I find that I need to buy more copies to share as I really don't want to part with mine....more info
  • A beautiful story
    Immaculee returns with another book on the spiritual journey of a soul and a country, Rwanda, before and after the genecide in 1994. The call from Our Lady of Kibeho to the people of Rwanda and the entire world to return to God and replace the hatred in their hearts with love goes unheeded. But God's mercy remains and a people slowly return and rebuild their country....more info
  • A Worthy Read
    Read this book. It nearly defies categories. It's primarily a factual account of the experiences of several young people, in remote Africa, who, for no apparent reason, receive communications from Mary, the Mother of God. More, their apparitions are monitored, tested and observed by a Catholic team anxious to discredit and shut down the growing interest in what seems to be divine appearances in the most remote of Rwandan villages. Just read it and make your own judgment. It's fascinating, no matter your religious affiliation, or not....more info
  • A must read!
    I would suggest you first read Immaculee's book, LEFT TO TELL, which is her account of surviving the Rwandan genocide. After reading that book which was fantastic, Our Lady of Kibeho will have so much more meaning. Both books are hard to put down when reading. Very informative, very interesting, both eye openers!! After reading these books on your Kindle, you'll regret not having a hard copy to lend to family and friends! These books are not just for Catholics....everyone needs to read them....more info
  • If you like reading about The Blessed Mother, this book is a fine addition to your collection.
    Since having read about The Blessed Mother in Medjugorje, I hoped to find similar books to inspire me. Immaculee is a woman of great faith and her precious books have been wonderful evidence of that. I wasn't disappointed this time around, either. If you enjoy reading about Mary, then I certainly recommend this book. I have read it a few times and hope that Immaculee will continue to write books that speak to me so well....more info
  • A must read!
    I would suggest you first read Immaculee's book, LEFT TO TELL, which is her account of surviving the Rwandan genocide. After reading that book which was fantastic, Our Lady of Kibeho will have so much more meaning. Both books are hard to put down when reading. Very informative, very interesting, both eye openers!! After reading these books on your Kindle, you'll regret not having a hard copy to lend to family and friends! These books are not just for Catholics....everyone needs to read them....more info
  • Interesting and faith filled.
    As always Immaculee Ilibagiza has written another faith filled and well written book. It gives an account of the Marian Apparition at Kibeho which is not really that well known outside of Africa, but our Lady's message is important for us all. Immaculee does an excellent job of melding a narrative of the apparition with her own journey of faith. Anyone will find this a fascinating and touching book relevant to their own lives....more info
  • raises more questions than it answers
    I read and enjoyed "Left to Tell", so I ordered "Our Lady of Kibeho" as soon as I heard about it. I was surprised that "Our Lady of Kibeho" is published by Hays House, a publishing house that carries New Age titles--strange publisher for a book on a Marian apparition! On the very first page, Immaculee states that she "grew up in a devout Catholic family...and adored the Virgin Mary". This is of course a glaring error, as devout Catholics are forbidden to adore Mary. Upon further reading, I found the book is not an investigation of the events at Kibeho as much as it is Immaculee's personal experiences with the seers, or feelings about the events in the village. For example, Immaculee devotes two chapters of the book to accounts from several seers who haven't been approved by the Catholic Church, but whom Immaculee personally believes saw Mary. Furthermore, some of her accounts are odd, and have a New Age tone to them. For example, Immaculee describes the journey one of the seers took through the universe, to a "strange land illuminated only by white light" with "seven handsome men wearing white cloaks and standing in a circle" that Our Lady identifies as "...the focal point; this is the place of communion." Huh?! I'm left wondering how much is true, and how much is New Age window dressing. I believe the events of Kibeho are worthy of a book, but unfortunately, I can't recommend this one....more info