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Rwanda: Kibeho - Trailer

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This trailer presents the first 10 minutes of the CRTN - documentary "Kibeho." Production Date: 2007 Duration: 49 Copyright : CRTN Language: English, French, Kinirwanda Executive Producer: Mark Riedemann Director: Agnieszka Dzieduszycka In 2003, the Church formally recognized a series of Marian apparitions that occurred between 1981 and 1983 in the town of Kibeho in the Diocese of Gikongoro in the southwest of Rwanda. Here, three people, Nathalie Mukamazimpaka, Alphonsine Mumureke and Claire Mukangango, received messages from Our Lady. During the 1994 massacres, 20,000 Tutsi were murdered in Kibeho, and Kibeho's population dropped from 58,000 to less than 20,000. Kibeho's percentage of Catholics also dropped from 83% to 49%. Today Kibeho is under the care of the Pallottine Fathers, and they are striving to make it a center of pilgrimage for reconciliation, conversion and peace. The program considers the story of Kibeho, the apparitions, the frightening messages of impending war, the genocide and the healing ongoing today.

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