Crosses, Sunsets & Sinners: A Brother and Sister’s Medjugorje Journey, is available in paperback and a cost effective ebook edition as well. It is available on Amazon.com (US, Canada, Mexico, UK, and the EU), and will be available soon on Barnes & Noble, and everywhere books are sold. If they don’t stock it just ask for it by the ISBN.
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Click on short video featuring footage from the author’s son and his cousin filmed while in Medjugorje recently. Medjugorje is a great place for youth!
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In 1982 immediately after finishing the Novena to the Holy Spirit, the award-winning author, Patrick Dillon, had a brief vision of a woman who dramatically changed his life.
On June 24, 1981 in the small village of Medjugorje, in former Yugoslavia, six children claimed Mary appeared to them eventually sharing potentially world-changing secrets including an urgent call for humanity to return back to God. The apparitions still occurring today include messages from Our Lady to the world.
In May 1990 in their early 20s, with little money, God made it possible for Patrick and his sister to make a pilgrimage to Medjugorje. While there, they experienced miraculous life-changing events. More importantly, they fell in love with Jesus who showed them, through His Mother Mary, a place that welcomes all people and faiths, regardless of religious denomination or belief, the wonderful love of a Father God in the form of a Heaven on Earth.
The author intimately shares his family’s triumphs and many challenges that were overcome by the power of prayer before, during, and after their Medjugorje experience. It is Patrick‘s hope that the reader will be encouraged by this remarkable journey of faith and will realize that help is here, right now!
Patrick Dillon was born in the small mountain town of Durango, Colorado. He loves the outdoors and spends as much time as possible enjoying God’s beautiful creation.
He is an internationally published landscape photographer focusing his efforts in the beautiful San Juan Mountains of Southwest Colorado, the Desert Southwest, and the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada. His works can be found online at http://patrickdillonphoto.com.
Patrick has also published the award-winning book, Steadfast Christian – A Higher Call To Faith, Family, and Hope, which was inspired in part by his Medjugorje experience.
He graduated from Metropolitan State University with a combined bachelor’s degree in environmental science and real estate finance. He followed his dad’s and grandpa’s footsteps with a career in general contracting combined with real estate, respectively. He continues with his studies in science as a hobby and is passionate about the well being of his faith, family, and country. Patrick and his family currently reside in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Southwest Colorado.
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Amazon Reviews by our Customers:
January 28, 2018
It was wonderful in that it gave a great mental picture of the times in the early days of Medjuorgje and yet at the same time brought the real life experiences of the author and his sister from his home in the United States, to Medjuorjge and back.
Mary, Queen of Peace, pray for us!
I love the way, he not only writes about his own and his sister’ experience whilst there but on how it changed and enriched them both on returning home.
Patrick draws you into his ‘world’ and his family in a very real and lovely way, which gives the book a personal touch that you instantly feel part of. It is very well written in a way that once started, it’s hard to put down. As he leads you through the pages, intertwining events that were happening whilst in Medjugorje, with his past and his family, then slowly he draws you in, to get a sense of the ‘real’ Patrick.
I also like the way he shares, how his personal spiritual life has grown over the years, especially post Medjugorje.
If you’ve never been to Medjugorje, you’ll be booking your tickets after you put the book down! and if you have, you’ll be longing to return. Great book, great author. I’ll be recommending it to all my friends and family.
This is a passionate personal account of a visit to Međugorje before boom time in the pigrimmage business, when life was still very simple in this town. It’s lovely to hear the account of the authors journey there and the descriptions of the place so close to the start of the phenomena.
The book is really in two parts, the personal narrative and experiences of the author which is heartfelt and moving. You need not believe in Međugorje, Catholicism or even Christianity to be moved and touched by the story. I’m none of these and loved this part.
The other part of the book is more of a reflection on how the author’s theology has developed and, while I’m sure this is interesting enough to the faithful, was of less interest to me. It did not detract from the book too much though.So 4 stars for a really creditable story that I enjoyed and because the theology did not intrude on the main point of interest too much!