UPDATE: Numerous Italian journalists are reporting the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) has concluded there is nothing supernatural happening at Medjugorje and will pass along their conclusion to Pope Francis. The reports also say, while the CDF will "recommend" pastors do not take the faithful to Medjugorje claiming that the visions of the fake "seers" are real, they will recognize it as a "special place of prayer" and will not ban pilgrimages as long as they don't claim something supernatural is happening.
Pope Francis recently telegraphed his thoughts on Medjugorje, as our post below on June 10 shows. Francis apparently mocked the so-called seers: "But where are the visionaries who tell us today about 'The letter that the Madonna will send tomorrow at 4 p.m.?'"
June 10th post below:
After telling reporters this week a decision on Medjugorje is due soon, Pope Francis, in a way only he can, seemed to mock the so-called "seers" of Medjugorje in his morning sermon.
Francis chastised those "who always need novelty in their Christian identity ... But where are the visionaries who tell us today about 'The letter that the Madonna will send tomorrow at 4 p.m.?'"
"This isn't Christian identity. ... God's last word is called Jesus and nothing more."
While truly traditional Catholics need no convincing of the highly problematic nature and false claims of Medjugorje, and the numerous "messages" that have come from the supposed "vision" that cannot be reconciled with Catholicism, let's not forget the video proof that the seers are not authentic. In the video below, "seer" Vicka flinches during her fake ecstasy: