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The Immaculate Heart of Mary has been portrayed in many places in the world — Guadalupe, Lourdes, Fatima, Garabandal, Akita and Medjugorje. One of her most important messages came at Akita, Japan, that told of the horrors of the chastisement, if people don’t repent.
The central person in “the message of Akita” centered around Sister Agnes Sasagawa who suffered paralysis in her hands and legs. She later became totally deaf. Sister Sasagawa was a Buddhist but became a Catholic later in life, after she was afflicted with her infirmities.
The Lady, in trying to soften the anger of God, influenced Sister Sasagawa to become a victim soul. Through prayer, penance, poverty and sacrifice Sister Sasagawa would help with the conversion of sinners. Even though she was deaf at that time, Our Lady gave Sister Sasagawa many messages, but her final message was on the chastisement that would befall the world.
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