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Frequently Asked Questions
regarding
THE MEANING OF
"NON CONSTAT DE SUPERNATURALITATE."

Q. 1. What is the meaning of the phrase "non constat de supernaturalitate" when it concerns apparitions in the Catholic Church?

A. 1. The Catholic phrase "non constat de supernaturalitate" means that "the event is not confirmed to be of supernatural origin." This is the exact term that was used by the Bishop of Medjugorje in reference to its alleged apparitions.

Not only did the Bishop of Medjugorge state "non constat de supernaturalitate," but he further stated "constat de non supernaturalitate" which means "the event is confirmed to be of non-supernatural origin."

It is obvious from the above ecclesiastical proclamations that evil is at work in Medjugorge because thousands of Catholics have refused to accept the findings and final decision of the local Bishop.




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