On Saturday, May 31, the Second International Seminar for doctors and medical staff was finished with celebration of the Holy Mass. 110 participants from 18 countries were gathered here and they came from: Russia, Lithuania, Ukraine, France, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Italy, Puerto Ricco, Paraguay, Columbia, England, Caribbean, Ireland, Slovakia, the United States, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Seminar began on Wednesday, May 28, 2014, and the lecturers were Fr. Kornelije Marko Glogovic, the Provincial of the Croatian Paulist Province and Fr. Marinko Sakota, parish priest of Medjugorje parish. The theme of the Second International Seminar was "Spiritual Renewal for Soul and Body". Apart from lectures, exchange of experiences, the participants also had chance to participate in the evening prayer programme of Medjugorje parish. Nurse from Osijek, Katarina Pandžić, also participated in the seminar. She said that she came with the open heart, first of all as a Christian, and then as a medical worker. "We need more of these seminars, since we are more and more facing stress that is present as well as great expectations and it is really hard to maintain humanness we have within ourselves. I come to Medjugorje very often. I carry the Queen of Peace in the special place in my heart. Nada Rimac, nurse from Osijek, also participated in this seminar. She told us that she comes to Medjugorje every year: „I would like to walk towards God in more profound way, and Gospa is the one that guides me on the way of knowing God and myself, so my life would become better. Međugorje is my second home, I love coming here. I am listening to Fr. Marko for the first time and I am thrilled. He gave us many things to think about and to work on them so we would become better people”.