Joey Lomangino is not affiliated with any current Garabandal magazine. Use of his name or The Workers of Our Lady of Mount Carmel de Garabandal Inc. does not imply endorsement. The editorial and content of these publications are the opinion and responsibility of the editor. GARABANDAL Magazine (1972-2002) is protected by copyright to preserve its authenticity. No permission has been granted to reprint its content.
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“They All Shouted ‘Miracle! Miracle!'”
Why I Believe In Garabandal
Recollections of Chon de Luis
Catholicism and Garabandal in Korea
It Turns Your LIfe Around
I Was a New Man
Sister Maria’s Diary – Part 1
Sister Maria’s Diary – Part 2
My Message from the Virgin
Right from the Start
Priests were the backbone of the Garabandal Movement and the magazine GARABANDAL. Books and articles were written not only by priests from Spain and Europe but others from all over the World.
It was from their original work that many other articles developed. Father Joseph A. Pelletier A.A., Father Francois Turner, O.P., Father Francis Benac, S.J., Father Alfred Combe as well as many outstanding Spanish priest-authors who have gone to their eternal reward have left a treasury of work behind them.
THE STORY OF THE PEARL
Through the everyday events of our lives, God reveals simple lessons to us. One day, when our family was on vacation at the seashore, we decided to take a walk. We came upon a little open-air stand called “The Oyster Shop.” Inside, a lady stood with a big bucket of oysters. She said that each oyster had a pearl and, for five. . .
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What Did Our Lady Look Like?