Marie Claire Mukangango presents the Rosary of Seven Sorrows. She was killed during the Rwandan war in 1994.
"One knows that the present situation in schools worldwide is awful, because God has been chased out, because His law is no longer taught. It is even forbidden to pray to Him in schools! Every morning, when we go to Mass, our heart breaks when we see school buses arriving to school, loaded with children. Poor little ones, who are taught that God does not exist! Mary came to Kibeho in a school, to set the example to the whole world, and to show how students can be transformed when God's law is taught in schools."
On August 19, 1982, the seers saw “a river of blood, people who were killing each other, abandoned corpses with no one to bury them, a tree all in flames, bodies without their heads.” This prophecy seemed at first incredible, but about a decade later, in the spring of 1994, a horrifying civil war erupted in Rwanda, and, in just three months, an estimated 500,000 to one million were killed, many beheaded by machetes and dumped into the Kagea River (“river of blood”).
The Blessed Virgin had warned us at Kibeho that sexual promiscuity would lead to disaster. That was before the world knew about AIDS, but by 1994, Africa has seventy percent of the world's AIDS cases – and entire villages were turned into ghost towns! So far, 25 million Africans have contracted AIDS.
But the warnings of the Blessed Virgin Mary were not just for Africa. "When I tell you this, I am not addressing myself strictly to you, child, but I am making this appeal to the world," the Virgin told the seer Marie-Clare Mukangango – who was later killed in the war. She said the Virgin described the world as in revolt against God, the world “is on the edge of catastrophe.”
To avoid war and chastisements, the Mother of the Word invited the young seers and the whole world to pray, to fast, and to make penance. "
BY Thérèse Tardif
Today is, September 15th, the Feast day of Our Lady of Sorrows. Immaculee, through Our Lady of Kibeho, has reintroduced the Seven Sorrows Rosary. Our Lady of Kibeho had asked for this devotion to be prayed especially on Tuesdays and Fridays. She also asked for all to pray.
September 2001, Apparitions receive approval from the Vatican. Immaculee Ilibagiza writes her story in Our Lady of Kibeho
"If Only We Had Listened" Movie Trailer about Our Lady of Kibeho, came out in May 31, 2011
is found below.