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  1. Ann Hall says:

    A number of years ago I had the opportunity to meet Ms. Falana at a gathering at the Auriesville Shrine in Auriesville, N.Y., with one of the visionaries from Medjugorje. I was allowed to go backstage to meet her that day. I had recently been diagnosed with MS and was anxious to speak with her. It had to be 1997 or 1998. I remember very clearly that she took my hands and told me that I needed to be strong in my faith and believe that God would take care of me. That His Mother would be there to help me. She then embraced me with the biggest, warmest hug that I’ve ever had.

    I will never forget that day for many reasons, but primarily because God sent Ms. Falana that day to help ease my fears. I have prayed for her many times a day since then. I have offered many prayers and a lot of my own suffering up for her healing. It is absolutely not at all surprising to me that the Mother of our Lord would look down on her and intercede in her healing.

    Ms. Falana, if you read this, my own MS has advanced considerably. I am now primarily confined to a wheelchair and in a great deal of pain daily. I, too, have always felt that if I had the opportunity to go to Medjugorje, I just have always know that Mary would intercede in my healing, too. I am asking that if you are ever able to go there again, could you please pray there for me? I would love to go myself, but I live only on disability and for now barely have enough money to cover my medications. I know in my heart that if you go there again and pray for me it will be exactly the same as if I were there myself. You are a woman of great faith, and I, too, am a woman of great faith. I will never forget the words you said to me back in the late 1990’s, and it’s these words that keep me going on the really tough days.

    God bless you, Ms. Falana. He must have great things planned for you!

    Love and prayers always,
    Ann Hall

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