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In my November of 2009 article, I said, “Despite all the usual Catholic trappings — chapel, statues, rosaries and religious bookstore, not to mention the throngs from across the country and globe — the purported visions by Maureen Sweeney-Kyle have been condemned.” Although the word “condemned” is the old term for a private revelation that received the “” judgment and my readers may have been better served by my simply reporting what the bishop said, the point remains: The conclusion of the bishop’s evaluation is that if there are any apparitions going on there, they .Actual apparitions (as distinguished from hallucinations or other psychological phenomena) can only be from one of two sources: God (supernatural) or an influence of the devil (demonic, preternatural).A few years ago, I first wrote about Holy Love Ministries, the 83-acre site of Maranatha Spring in Ohio.People have been going to this place since the early 1990‘s, drawn by founder Maureen Sweeney-Kyle’s claim that Jesus and the Blessed Virgin Mary and a host of saints are appearing to her with messages.In 2005 an article in “The ministry was formed around 1986, meeting in homes of followers or a few welcoming churches. Sweeney insisted that the Virgin Mary’s messages demanded that she be given a new title, one recognized by the Catholic Church, that of “Our Lady Protectress of the Faith.” The Cleveland Catholic Diocese turned down this request.
The word condemned was not used but it is apparent that there are serious concerns regarding the authenticity of the apparitions, among other things.
When in the history of the Catholic Church has the Blessed Mother operated outside the Church?
When has Jesus rejected His own authority — that of the Catholic Church?
I asked why the Blessed Mother would be operating outside the Church.
He told me of local corruption of the priests and said, “What else could we do? What of the many miracles and increased devotion so many experienced at apparitions site not approved by the Church?
Gary Yanus, Judicial Vicar Diocese of Cleveland, since Bishop Lennon was recovering from surgery.