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Apostolic Nuncio, The Lady of All Nations "Should Not Be Venerated"

The so-called Lady of All Nations stemming from alleged apparitions in Amsterdam should not be venerated, and the faithful are invited to cease to propagate this phenomenon, the Apostolic Nunciature in Lebanon wrote in a July 20 letter to Cardinal Béchara Boutros Raï, (published on IlSegnoDiGiona.com, August 28, below).

Ida Peerdeman (+1996) started divulging 56 false visions of Our Lady (1945-1959) which became famous under the name “The Lady of all Nations.”

The new letter argues with a study from 1974 from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith that claimed strangely about Peerdeman that she “was not aware of the supernaturality of the apparitions.”

For decades there is an ongoing controversy with contradicting statements approving and denying the visions, from both, the local bishops and the Vatican.

Amsterdam Diocese pointed out on September 17 that there is no new statement from the Vatican disapproving the devotion, but that there are on the contrary positive signs from Francis like using the title of “Our Lady of the Nations” in December 2019.

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MyronM
The Nuncio of Jorge the Apostate in Lebanon allows himself to disregard the Lady of All Nations. He probably doesn't know that to oppose her wish (to call her the Lady) cost Benedict XVI the loss of the papacy. In 2005, the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, subordinate to the Pope, ordered a change in the content of the prayer dictated by the Lady herself in Amsterdam: …More
The Nuncio of Jorge the Apostate in Lebanon allows himself to disregard the Lady of All Nations. He probably doesn't know that to oppose her wish (to call her the Lady) cost Benedict XVI the loss of the papacy. In 2005, the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, subordinate to the Pope, ordered a change in the content of the prayer dictated by the Lady herself in Amsterdam: instead of the words "who once was Mary" he inserted "the Blessed Virgin Mary", even though the Lady repeatedly insisted not to tamper with this prayer.
petrus100452
Bishop J. Punt - the bishop who approved the apparitions of the Lady of All Nations - already wrote a letter in answer to the statements of the nuncio in Lebanon. The letter can be found here:
motherofallpeoples.com/…ding-the-amsterdam-apparitions