Medjugorje pilgrim Hans Theo Müller: „I stopped counting my trips to Medjugorje”

date: 02.10.2014.

Many pilgrims are arriving to Medjugorje from all over the world in this period, especially since October is a month devoted to Our Lady.  The Information Office registered groups of pilgrims coming from Italy, France, Poland, Slovenia, Belgium, Spain, Argentina, Austria, Ireland, Ukraine, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Germany, Romania, Lithuania, the United States, Canada, England, Korea, Lebanon and Malaysia. The journalists of radio station Mir Medjugorje met Hans Theo Müller from Germany who has been coming to Medjugorje since 1986. He stopped counting his trips to Medjugorje a long ago and said that he feels like at home when he is here. He always stays in the same family, always grateful for their hospitality but also for the fruits that Medjugorje brought to his spiritual life. He told us about his first trip to Medjugorje: “I heard about Medjugorje for the first time from one Croatian priest who was in the parish close to ours and he was in charge of the Croatian missions there. He told me that we need to go to Medjugorje together. Soon, the first pilgrims from his parish came here and among them were my parents and my younger brother. As soon as they returned, I could see they were different. I came here in 1986, for the first time with my mother, it was the Anniversary Feast and I was deeply moved by that. That trip to Medjugorje was a turning point in my life.”