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THE FATIMA CRUSADER
|“The moment has come in which God asks the Holy Father, in union with all the Bishops of the world, to make the consecration of Russia to My Immaculate Heart, promising to save it by this means ….”
Our Lady of Fatima
The Story of Fatima (Part I)
This first installment of the true story of the events of Fatima introduces the reader to 10-year-old Lucia dos Santos, the eldest of the three seers, and describes her character.
News of the Apostolate
This is a report on the visit of the National Pilgrim Virgin Statue to the Hamilton, Kingston and Peterborough dioceses in Ontario.
Mother of Divine Grace - Pray for Us
Excerpt of The Glories of Mary by St. Alphonsus de Liguori
St. Alphonsus de Liguori explains to us that we must be devoted to Our Lady because through Her we receive all graces.
Jesus, Our Eucharistic Love (Part II)
by Father Stefano Manelli, S.T.D.
In this second installment from Father Stefano Manelli’s book, he explains how to apply the riches of the Eucharist to your soul. The beauty and glory of Holy Mass is also explained.
Has the Crusade of Fatima Failed?
by Edward A. Newnam
The Catholic world has shown an amazing indifference to the plea of the Mother of God for prayer and penance. Our Lady warned us that Russia would spread its errors if Her requests were not heeded, and this spread of Communism is happening before our very eyes. This article explains how, by not stressing the terrible things promised if Her requests were not fulfilled, we are failing in our duty.
Appeal to Our Bishops: Give Mary Back to Us
by Father André Richard
In this article Father André Richard explains why we must teach about the Blessed Virgin Mary in a truly Catholic education in order to properly understand Jesus. He also notes how gaps in the teaching of the catechism have already led to ignoring the Mother of God.
|In one of Her appearances to Sister Lucia in the convent, Our Lady said:
“The moment has come in which God asks the Holy Father, in union with all the Bishops of the world, to make the consecration of Russia to My Immaculate Heart, promising to save it by this means…”
Pope John Paul II, as we pointed out in Issue No. 3, supports this call of Our Lady of Fatima for collegial consecration. He wrote:
“We believe that through this act of trustful confidence in the Mother of the Church, mankind will be saved from atheism, war and complete ruin.”