PRODIGAL
PILGRIM

Letters to Pope Francis from Lourdes, Fatima, Garabandal and Medjugorje

ABOUT THE BOOK


AN EPISTOLARY JOURNEY

The Christian community has been studying the medical and scientific evidence for Marian apparitions since Mary the Mother of Jesus first appeared to the Apostle James at Saragossa in Spain in the year 40 CE. More recently, Mary has credibly appeared at Medjugorje in Bosnia Herzegovina for the past 40 years with the message God can save us.

Pope Francis gave official approval to Medjugorje pilgrimages in 2019.

During a pilgrimage to Lourdes, Fatima, Garabandal and Medjugorje, the Prodigal Pilgrim writes to Pope Francis, urging formal recognition of the Medjugorje apparitions. Mary offers humanity a lifeline, says the author, an alternative to David Attenborough’s observation that things can only get worse for planet Earth.


Proceeds go to charity

Net proceeds of sale of this book will be donated to the Mary of the Angelus Community Limited, a government approved public charity providing emergency transitional housing for people in distressed circumstances

Peter Breen, Consolata Zorn and Ramon Hernandez at Fatima in 2019


ABOUT THE AUTHOR


PETER BREEN

Peter Breen is an Australian writer and the author of several books including the best-selling THE BOOK OF LETTERS originally published by Allen & Unwin.

He’s a defamation and media lawyer and former member of parliament. In his new book PRODIGAL PILGRIM, Peter returns to letter writing in a book of correspondence to Pope Francis about the Church in the modern world and private Marian revelation.

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AUTHOR CONTACT DETAILS

PETER BREEN

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