Ivo Sivric Manuscript Collection [DOC MSS 57]
Identifier: DOC MSS 57
The Ivo Sivric Manuscript Collection consists of materials collected by Sivric about the alleged Marian apparitions and miracles at Medjugorje, his native village in the former Yugoslavia. Sivric published a book skeptical of the phenomena. Included here are clippings about Medjugorje and similar cases, correspondence between Sivric and his supporters and detractors, and research material on the supposed visionaries of Medjugorje, their supporters among the local clergy, and their experiences.
- Sivric, Ivo (Person)
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Mr. Patrick McCarthy, former Pius Library staff member and current director of the Medical Center Library, was much involved with refugees to St. Louis from the former Yugoslavia. Patrick made the acquaintance of Ivo Sivric, a priest at St. Joseph's Croatian Catholic Church in the city. Sivric gave McCarthy for deposit in the University Archives his material on the alleged Marian apparitions and miracles in Medjugorge, Sivric's native village in Yugoslavia. Sivric had written a book calling the authenticity of these phenomena into question. The collection consists of clippings, correspondence, and other research materials on the Medjugorje story. This collection has only 1 series: 1. Subject Files.
Source of Acquisition
Gift of Ivo Sivric
- Ivo Sivric Manuscript Collection [DOC MSS 57]DOC MSS 57
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