Talk:Visions of Jesus and Mary

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External links[edit]

External links are getting to be a too many (link farm), so need to clean up and please try not to add more external links. Thanks. History2007 (talk) 20:19, 17 May 2012 (UTC)

Mary. Jesus[edit]

It would be useful to do 2 articles, one about Mary and the other about Jesus. Because about Mary the visions are many and there are entire books dedicated to listing them, while about Jesus, there is no systematic lists of visions as per what I know.

Ignace of Loyola[edit]

We should include the alleged vision of Ignace of Loyola who claimed to have seen Jesus, telling him to name his company with the name of Society of Jesus, being the foundation of the Jesuites. Together with Frances of Assisi, who is already reported in the article, they are the 2 major branches of catholicism claiming a direct root in jesus via a vision.