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But this is not simply the settling of a vendetta against a modern-day Rasputin with a taste for sex and séances. They have their origin in a de facto schism which occurred when Pope Paul VI tried to transfer a group of parishes from Herzegovinian Franciscans in dire need of reform to the local bishop.By striking at Vlasic, the Pope is aiming a killer blow at the Medjugorje phenomenon itself. Fierce Croatian nationalists who sided with the Nazis during the second world war, one of them, Father Miroslav Filipovic, had earned the sobriquet ‘the Butcher of Jasenovac’ while stationed at the Ustasha concentration camp.

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The Medjugorje story begins early in 1976 when a Franciscan monk in the former Yugoslavia, Father Tomislav Vlasic, starts an affair with a nun who becomes pregnant.

Frightened he will be exposed as the child’s father, Father Vlasic persuades her to move away to Germany.

Ratzinger banned all pilgrimages to Medjugorje, including individual visits if they presupposed that the Madonna was appearing there.

What has followed in the last 20 years could be described as a propaganda war.

When the future Pope Benedict — then Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith — informed him of the priest’s earlier infidelities it must have seemed a godsend.

But Vlasic had by then already turned Medjugorje global.It was endorsed by Our Lady as ‘God’s plan’ through the seer Marija Pavlovic, who became a member.But Pavlovic left months later and disowned the venture in a written statement.But on 25 June 1981 Mirjana Dragicevic, Marija Pavlovic, Vicka Ivankovic, Ivan Dragicevic, Ivanka Ivankovic and Jakov Colo told Father Jozo Zovko, a rebel friar and a good friend of Father Vlasic, that they had seen the Virgin Mary at Medjugorje.Significantly, within two months of the first apparitions, Vlasic was the priest closest to the children and remained in that position for three years, boasting to Pope John Paul in a letter of 1984 that he was the one ‘who through divine providence guides the seers of Medjugorje’.He proved a genius at marketing the phenomenon in the West, where it was viewed as part of the wider Catholic struggle against communism.