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by Peggy Tabor Millin
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  • Author:
    Peggy Tabor Millin
  • ISBN:
    0890876444
  • ISBN13:
    978-0890876442
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  • Publisher:
    Celestial Arts (November 1, 1995)
  • Pages:
    80 pages
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    Catholicism
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Peggy Tabor Millin guides women in the writing process through classes, workshops, and retreats sponsored by her business, ClarityWorks, Inc. She is an inspiring speaker, teacher, and the author of Women, Writing, and Soul-Making, Mary's Way, non-fiction articles, short stories, and poetry. She and her husband live in Asheville, North Carolina. Books by Peggy Tabor Millin

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Join Peggy Tabor Millin on a journey of transformation, divine love, and deep spiritual connections. Inspired by her life-changing pilgrimage to Medjugorje, Bosnia, in 1989, she authored "Mary's Way: Cultivating a Peaceful Heart in Trying Times. Now, thirty years after Mary, mother of Jesus, first appeared in Medjugorje, "Mary's Way" has been reprinted so we can all cultivate a peaceful heart.

Mary's way. a universal story of spiritual growth inspired by the message of medjugorje. by Peggy Tabor Millin. Published 1991 by Celestial Arts in Berkeley, Calif. Mary Blessed Virgin, Saint, Peggy Tabor Millin (1942-). Bosnia and Hercegovina, Međugorje, Međugorje (Bosnia and Hercegovina).

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In 1989, Peggy Tabor Millin joined a group of non-Catholics as chronicler on a pilgrimage to Medjugorje, Bosnia, where Mary, mother of Jesus, had been appearing to a group of young people since 1981.

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This book appeals to persons of diverse backgrounds by providing gentle, practical guidance for how to blend the spiritual with the mundane. Library descriptions. Explores the meaning of the appearance of the Virgin Mary in Mejdugorje.

Explores the meaning of the appearance of the Virgin Mary in Mejdugorje

Orevise
Mary's Way is a graceful and thoughtful book of fresh ideas to inspire awe and wonderment of God. That the author is not a member of the clergy, affiliated with a particular denomination, nor cultural ideology makes the book especially intriguing. She beautifully and eloquently shares her moment of epiphany and how it continues to transform her life with the simple but profound message of love. This is a book for those who are willing to think deeply about the spiritual context of their own lives and open their minds to possibilities.
Mary's Way is not a self-help, life-improvement, 5-step formula to perfection, of which there are far too many. This book is different. It is the book to keep by your bedside to soothe out a rough day, to read first thing in the morning for clarity and perspective, to give to your closest friends with whom you may speak seriously about matters of God and eternity. The author says, "I can no longer hide behind the maybe. I can say that I now believe that in God, anything and all things are possible." She shares with us her journey and invites us to join. I am grateful for how this book has already impacted my life, and it is with great pleasure that I recommend it to others.
Ungall
"Mary's Way" is based on the controversial alleged visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Medjugorje, Yugoslavia. Peggy Tabor Millin is described described on the back cover as both a Methodist and a student of the new age "A Course In Miracles", elsewhere she mentions yoga. Towards the end of the book she says she doesn't believe Jesus' death was a sacrifice or that it was because of our sins, rather it was just a demonstration of his love for us and that death has no meaning or reality. The core religious beliefs Millin espouses seem to be those of ACIM and the new age movement, definitely not Christianity. She sees in the Medjugorje messages a declaration from heaven that what matters is not one religion or another, but transcendent "spiritual truth without form" which she claims that Medjugorje helped her to become enlightened in. Medjugorje, she says, is about "Christ consciousness" but is not Christian in the strict sense.

Millin's spiritual insights are highly subjective, based on feelings and not at all on reasoning, and not especially coherent. However, I think she is right about certain things. For instance, the Medjugorje messages really do seem to express a perspective of religious indifferentism and that different religions are paths that lead to the same God. Millin seems to associate the Medjugorje "visions" with spirit chanelling (which she describes that she herself practices), she is certainly not the first to suggest that this may be the case, which to Christians would imply that regardless of apparently many good fruits which are touted, the Medjugorje phenomenon is essentially demonic (masquerading as "an angel of light"). Indeed this has been a common speculation by Catholics skeptical of Medjugorje, and the inconsistencies, lies, doctrinal problems, and disobedience shown by the visionaries. The local bishop and his predecessor bishop both took pains to describe many such problems in detail, which led them to disbelieve in the revelations, and their statements, which are available to read on the internet, are a valuable resource for everyone seeking to understand what is going on at Medjugorje.

For faithful Catholics, the Church will have the last word on the complex Medjugorje phenomenon, a commission at the Vatican is even now considering all the evidence in detail and a decision is expected to be made about the matter some time soon. People like Peggy Tabor Millan seem likely to stick with their feelings.
Tygrarad
My mother made a pilgrimage to Medjugorje, but it wasn't until reading Peggy's prayerful and thoughtful book that these Marian apparitions made sense to me. Mary, the mother of Jesus, is not "owned" by the Catholic Church or any religious denomination. I thank God(and Peggy) for the return of her gift to me. Mary is loving mother, reaching out to her troubled children (all of them), and offering comfort and a return to the loving Mother/God of the Old Testament. This is a must-read.
Daigrel
I was expecting this book to be a traditional religious reflection on the Mother Mary. I must say, I was delightfully surprised to find myself with highlighter in hand, underlining passages, re-reading chapters, captivated by Peggy Millin's prose and insight. Indeed a spiritual lift!