ECUMENICAL MEETING IN THE VATICAN
Already sixteen years before the memorial meeting on March 23, 1966, in the Sistine Chapel between the highest Anglican dignitary, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Michael Ramsey and Pope Paul VI, the visionary of Amsterdam describes the following vision,
“Then I see the Pope on our left, with two fingers raised. On the other side, facing him, is the bishop of Canterbury. Beside him, then, yet another clergyman suddenly appears. The latter is wearing a white wig with stiff curls or waves…” (Aug. 15, 1950).
This is what Ida saw and wrote down, and years later she sees the same scene on television. Ida not only recognizes Pope Paul VI and the Archbishop of Canterbury, but they are also standing exactly as she had seen them in the vision.