Giulio Massa




La Madonna, which comes from as a wedding gift for a friend Giulio and Lucia, December 4, 2006, Advent season, at 16.35 he wept blood, and after that time has begun to exude oil from your face without interruption. * 17 seconds you see the drop falling into the cup. The oil is collected in a sump and from time to time some priests they go to collect a few drops (with cotton balls) to bring blessing to the sick. Everything is described, along with other events, especially those related to Holy Week each year, in the biography of Giulio Massa "Journeying with Giulio following Jesus."



Above photo from [here] is Giulio Massa's Medjugorje Madonna that weeps oil and blood.


Rough [translation] from Italian. Following information is from [this] book summary. Titled "On the Way With Giulio Following Jesus" tells the story of Julius, a family man, married, two children. Giulio does not want to attract attention to himself but on the messages that the Lord, through him, the world turns. Every year during Lent until Good Friday, Giulio relives the Passion and Death on the Cross and the Resurrection of Jesus. For years, is followed by several priests and participate once or twice a month for group meetings prayer at the Avvocatella of Cava de 'Tirreni (Sa Sanctuary).

The book "On the Way With Giulio Following Jesus", written by journalist Ivano Camponeschi, with a preface by Bishop S.E. Mgr. Giuseppe Fiorini Morosini, it was necessary to prevent around the figure of Giulio Massa were born legends and unsubstantiated inferences from facts. The work traces faithfully, by means of testimonials from doctors, priests, friends and comrades of prayer, the advent of the Stigmata depicting the Passion of Jesus; first only the hands and then, gradually, more and more significant: those feet, those at the front, caused by the crown of thorns; one to the chest, caused by the spear of the Roman soldier, on the whole body, the marks of the scourging. Giulio Massa, during the period of Lent, faces many sufferings which are exacerbated by the day until Good Friday, during which Julius spends about 8 hours in ecstasy, hours in which, again, is expressed in Aramaic and ancient Hebrew; the same day, is manifested in authentic voice, even St. Pio of Pietrelcina and joins the prayers of the priests who assist Giulio until its revival. The events narrated in the book represent the strict record of what happened to Giulio Massa.



Learn more about these events [here]. Videos [here].