Paul Dahdah, the Archbishop of the Latin Church in Lebanon and the Apostolic Vicar of Latin Catholics in Lebanon came to Medjugorje. He gave interview to Radio Station Mir Medjugorje and spoke about religious life in Lebanon, about the fruits of the visit of Holy Father to Lebanon, about Medjugorje and the Year of Faith. He heard about Medjugorje fifteen years ago when he was Archbishop in Iraq. “I realised later on that there were many communities of faithful who were regularly going to Medjugorje, that there were organised visits that TV station “Light” was organising together with Maronite priests. This phenomenon of conversion and reconciliation, of prayer could really be interpreted as the sign of the time in this world that has lost the value and meaning. We live in the handicapped world that has lost its grounds. I was able to see young people around the statue of the Risen Lord, and I am certain that they came here to seek for the meaning of their lives and I would like to hope that this phenomenon will be permanent, authentic and that it will last for a long time. One conventual priest who comes here very often and he told me that Medjugorje is a phenomenon made of confessions, reconciliation and prayer…”, said Archbishop Dahdah.