Messages from Marian apparition at Kurescek to Father Smaverski 1989-1999. The Queen Of Peace instructs and warns...

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"...Do not prove the authenticity of my apparitions and messages. I will speak myself to the hearts that are open for spiritual good..."

February 10, 1994 and At His Last Meeting With the Lady

"... Do not argue with those, who do not believe, that I your Mother and Queen of Peace am also coming into the Church through the visionaries..."

April 4, 1998 and At His Last Meeting With the Lady

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Conditions for a
Good Confession

What is required to make a good confession?

To make a good confession, we should:

  • examine our conscience well
  • be truly sorry for our sins
  • resolve not to sin again
  • tell our sins to the priest
  • do the penance he gives us

How can we make a good examination of conscience?

To make a good examination of conscience, we should first ask Godís help, and then examine ourselves on the commandments of God, the laws of the Church, and the special duties of our state in life.

Must we confess every sin?

We must confess every mortal sin which has never been confessed. We are not obliged to confess every venial sin, although it is better to do so.

What should we do after the confession?

After the confession we should thank God for the sacrament we have received, ask our Lord to make up for any imperfections in our confession, and do our penance with love and devotion.


"... All the Mary's messages that she did not want to become publicly known at once are written in my diary.

I will make them public verbally and in written form when the time comes.

If God for some time gives me the necessary health, I will try to edit all messages into a book form, or somebody else will do it using my diary, which I will give to a very trust worthy person... "
Father Smaverski

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The messages received by Smaverski were first published
after the Archbishop of Ljubljana, Msgr.
Alois Sustar
, had checked them.

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