An apparition of Our Lady of Medjugorje for Mirjana, 2. September 2009
Pics from an old TV series called Jesus of Nazareth and a song by Mark Lisney called 'A Mother's Love'.
By his own admission Liam Stewart has made more comebacks than Frank Sinatra.
Eight years ago the man of steel made a miraculous recovery after being declared clinically dead when he choked on a scone, and now after an absence of three years he's decided to return to competitive body building in the Northern Ireland and World championships.
He's also agreed to talk about his life in a BBC documentary - 'Life Changing Experiences'.
Today for the first time Liam speaks frankly about the bad relationship he had with drugs and alcohol and how for the past 16 years he's stayed clean and sober. He also claims annual visits to Medjugorje have changed his life - and how "unexplained things" happened to him when he visited there.
Click here to read the whole article on DerryJournal.com
I would like to greet you all with the most beautiful of greetings: Praised be Jesus and Mary. I am so pleased to be here with you today and even more pleased that you are ready to hear the message of Our Lady.
For 28 years I have been asking God the very same question: Why did you choose me? I know that I was given a great grace and also I know that at the same time I was given a great responsibility.
This video was filmed in the hometown of the great St. Francis in Assisi, Italy. It was an honor for me to be able to film at such a holy place where St. Francis walked and preached the Gospel to the poor people of this land.
An apparition of Our Lady of Medjugorje for Mirjana, 2. August 2009