Before the atrocities of the 1994 genocide, which left more than a million people dead, the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ appeared to eight young people in the remote village of Kibeho, Rwanda. They warned of the coming bloodshed, but prophesised that it could be averted if Rwandans opened their hearts to God and embraced His love. Their powerful spiritual message spread throughout the country, with thousands making pilgrimage and experiencing the miracles.
Our Lady of Kibeho goes to the heart of these remarkable events. Immaculée Ilibagiza draws on her first-hand experiences, visiting the sites before and after the holocaust. There, she witnessed true miracles and had direct contact with the visionaries themselves. Her discoveries tell a powerful message of reconciliation, enlightenment and peace.
This deeply personal and moving story is certain to help spread the message of love, hope and peace delivered in Kibeho throughout the world - a world desperately in need of Divine inspiration.
For three months in the spring of 1994, the African nation of Rwanda descended into one of the most vicious and bloody genocides the world has ever seen. Immaculée Ilibagiza, a young university student, miraculously survived the savage killing spree that left most of her family, friends, and a million of her fellow citizens dead. Immaculée's remarkable story of survival was documented in her first book, Left to Tell
In this CD set, Immaculée takes us with her as her remarkable journey continues and she struggles to find meaning and purpose in the aftermath of the holocaust.
Immaculée fends off sinister new predators, seeks out and comforts scores of children orphaned by the genocide, and searches for love and companionship in a land where hatred still flourishes. Then, fearing again for her safety as Rwanda's war-crime trials begin, Immaculée flees to America to begin a new chapter of her life as a refugee and immigrant-a stranger in a strange land. It is here that Immaculée discovers a new life that was beyond her wildest dreams as a small girl in a tiny village in one of Africa's poorest countries.
It is in the United States, her adopted country, where Immaculée can finally look back at all that has happened to her and truly understand why her life was spared . . . so that she would be left to tell her story to the world.