Ojciec Zlatko Sudac, stygmatyk z Chorwacji, vs Ojciec Pio

Wywiad z Fr. Zlatko Sudac.

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Ojciec Zlatko Sudac urodził się 24 Stycznia, 1971. Pochodzi z miasta Vrbnik, na wyspie Krk, w Chorwacji. Rozpoczął naukę w seminarium duchownym w 1993, po ukończeniu obowiązkowej służby wojskowej w Armi Jugosłowiańskiej. Wyświęcony został na kapłana 29 Czerwca, 1998 i został księdzem w Diecezji Krk, Chorwacja.

Oboje rodzice jeszcze żyją. Ma jedną siostrę, zamężną z trójką dzieci.

Ojciec Zlatko Sudac otrzymał swój znak na czole, krzyż stygmatyczny, w Maju 1999 , w piątek, po beatyfikacji Ojca Pio, która jak wiemy odbyła sie 2 Maja 1999 (czy to był dzień 7 Maja? przyp. autora). Po otrzymaniu stygmatów Ojciec Zlatko był wysłany na badania do Kliniki w Gemelli w Rzymie (Agostino Gemelli University Polyclinic). Szerokie badania wykazały, że krzyż na czole Ojca Zlatko Sudac nie jest ludzkiego pochodzenia, tj pojawił się w sposób niewytłumaczalny przez naukę znaną człowiekowi. Ojciec Sudac otrzymał również stygmaty na nadgarsthach, stopach i w swoim boku 4 Pażdz 2000 w Dzień Św Franciszka z Asyżu, który był pierwszym znanym stygmatykiem w Historii Kościoła.

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Fr. Sudac currently works at the Bethany Retreat Center, which is located in the tiny village called Cunski (pronounced „Choon-skee”), on the island of Mali Losinj (pronounced „Molly Lawsheen”). This island is located in the northern Adriatic, just south of the port city of Rijeka, Croatia. This island was once part of the island Cres. In Roman times the two islands were separated at the isthmus city of Osor when a canal was dug. North and east of Losinj and Cres is the island of Krk, which gives its name to the local diocese. Mali Losinj has a population of about 6500. It dates back to at least the 12th century when about a dozen Croatian families went there from Hungary, taking refuge from the attacking Mongols. Today, Losinj is a very popular tourist site due to its beautiful island scenery, the pristine Adriatic sea, and its beautiful beaches.

Fr. Sudac’s primary messages are very simple ones: that love has to be the foundation of everything that we do, and if we live in love, then we live in God; that we must be open to the gifts of the Holy Spirit and the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives so that we can live the fullness of what God wants to give us; that we must die to ourselves completely so that God can fill us with Himself; that we must be completely normal people, who have our feet firmly planted on the ground, but ever aware that while we live in this world, we are not of it. This is just some of what Fr. Sudac’s primary messages are. Fr. Sudac twice visited St. Jerome Parish (October 1999; January and February, 2001) What follows is his message in his own words.

Źródło: www.stjeromecroatian.org

PRAYER OF SURRENDER, by Fr. Zlatko Sudac (2010-03-30)

Come, Most Holy Spirit.
Come, Spirit of Grace.
Come, our Healer.
Come, Risen Lord.
Come, our beloved Teacher.
Lord, my heart is in need of you.
The depths of my heart cry out for You.
I wish to open myself entirely to You.
I desire that You penetrate me completely,
that I belong to You, that You
enter into my heart.
I desire that only You dwell there.
I desire to love You eternally.
Fill me with Your holy love.
Strengthen me and be with me always.
May Your Holy Name be praised.
I pray to you, Lord, for every person,
for every heart that is beating for You.
Answer their prayers.
Do not allow any one of them to be lost.
This life passes so quickly.
Allow us to become aware
of what is important,
to not lose ourselves, but to gain You.
You are the only center of our lives.
Only with You can I know what
and who I am.
Come, Lord. Come Most Holy Spirit.
My heart is waiting for you.
Amen.

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