Wilmott G. Brown
    We are delighted to introduce Wilmott G. Brown, author of the inspiring book "The Significance of Lourdes, Fatima, and Medjugorje as explained in Scripture" which we have been given permission to reprint in installments here on the Catholic-Internet Network. Born in New London, Connecticut on September 2, 1943, Wilmott has been a Lay Carmelite for 30 years and recently celebrated his 25th wedding anniversary with his wife Diana. The Browns now hail from Winter Park, Florida. The inspiration for writing this work came from much prayer and study, capped by a powerful pilgrimage to Medjugorje in 1989. Just as Saint Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort was "siezed" spiritually by the Blessed Mother at an early age, so also Wilmott believes he was spiritually "siezed" by reading the works of St. Louis de Montfort while praying at Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto at Belmont Abbey outside of Charlotte, North Carolina. His writings were reviewed by the Carmelites as well as his personal spiritual director and filed in the Marian Library at the University of Dayton. Wilmott sincerely feels that the study of Sacred Scripture is very important and Catholics need to devote more time to prayer and study of the Bible in which Mary's role in these latter times can truly be found. Because of Wilmott's day-in-day-out involvement with mathematics and logic as an Engineer, Our Lady has helped Wilmott better understand the prophetic aspects of the subject, especially the time line in the last chapter, and guided him to better disseminate to all her children the information and revelation contained in this project. Wilmott stresses that the Blessed Mother also wants us all to carry and pray the Rosary as often as we can for it is truly our greatest weapon against evil. Wilmott makes the entire book available to all at an unprecedented low price of only $1.50 per book. You may purchase this inspirational book by sending a check to Wilmott G. Brown, P.O. Box 1837, Winter Park, FL 32790. Since postage is included in the price, any donation you can make to offset the rising costs of mail is greatly appreciated since he is making it available at cost. He is also available to lecture on this important work by calling him at 407-281-3166.





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