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#376970 - 03/07/12 12:42 AM The Apparitiions in Damascus by Christian Ravaz
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The Apparitions in Damascus by Christian Ravaz (with a preface by Father Rene Laurentin) is a very interesting book in relationship to the Our Lady of Soufanich icon which is the source of holy oil in Damascus, Syria.

It is the story of Myrna, a Melkite Greek Catholic who has received apparitions from the Virgin Mary and her husband, Nicholas Nazzour, who is Eastern Orthodox.

The book is approximately 160 pages but it is a very intriguing story to read

It is online also:

http://www.soufanieh.com/ENGLISH/eravaz.htm

http://www.soufanieh.com/menuenglish.htm

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#376987 - 03/07/12 02:43 AM Re: The Apparitiions in Damascus by Christian Ravaz [Re: JEK]
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I like your Slav spelling of Soufanieh. smile

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#376990 - 03/07/12 03:15 AM Re: The Apparitiions in Damascus by Christian Ravaz [Re: Paul B]
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Paul B, my most sincere apologies, my bad, yes, Our Lady of Soufanieh, as the day wears on my eyes tend to become blurred a bit, but, if it gets people interested in the book, all the better! grin

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