I do not think your church should have been advancing Medjugorje information. Here is an article in full from the Dec. 2009 Catholic World Report:
*In a homily posted on his diocesan website, Bishop Ratko Peric, who has led the Diocese of Mostar-Duvno since 1993, has emphasized that the alleged apparitions and messages of Medjugorje are not to be treated as “worthy of faith.” The bishop has imposed a series of restrictions on activities in Medjugorje, clearly designed to discourage interest in the supposed apparitions.
“Brothers and sisters, let us not act as if these ‘apparitions’ were recognized and worthy of faith,” he said. “If, as Catholics, devoted sons and daughters of the Church, we want to live according to the norms and the teaching of the Church, glorifying the Holy Trinity, venerating Blessed Mary … and professing all the Church has established in the creed, we do not turn to certain alternative ‘apparitions’ or ‘messages’ to which the Church has not attributed any supernatural character.”
Bishop Peric has also written to the parish priests of Medjugorje, reminding them of a series of restrictions. The priests have been instructed not to identify the site of the alleged apparitions as a “shrine,” not to promote events connected with the apparitions, and not to include the “seers” in parish activities. The prayers and messages connected with the alleged apparitions are not to be printed in the parish bulletin, nor used in parish prayer services; the priests are not to comment on them. Priests who come to Medjurgorje from outside the diocese are not to hold conferences or retreats without the bishop’s permission, and any priest who visits the parish is required to provide proof that he has proper faculties from his own bishop before celebrating Mass there.
While millions of pilgrims have visited Medjugorje in the past 20 years, the reported visits by the Virgin Mary and the messages relayed by the “seers” have never been endorsed by the Catholic hierarchy. However, while local bishops have shown their skepticism and even open disapproval of the reports from Medjugorje, the Vatican has not yet isued a statement addressing their validity. Bosnian Cardinal Vinko Puljic has indicated that he expects a Vatican statement on the alleged Marian apparitions, probably before the end of 2009.*Article can also be read here (except the last paragraph which I typed in from CWR magazine)