- WHY FATIMA
- FATIMA CENTER
- PRAYER & DEVOTION
Most Holy Father,
Vatican Council II states that the faithful have the obligation and the right to make known to their pastors what their spiritual needs are (Const. on the Church, Par. 37). It has been solemnly defined by Vatican I (Denzinger 1830) and the Second Council of Lyons (Denzinger 466) that we have the right to have recourse to Your Holiness in matters which pertain to ecclesiastical jurisdiction.
Most Holy Father, time is running out. The time of mercy is about to be succeeded by the day of wrath. Our Lady of Fatima revealed precisely what must be done in order to avert the terrible chastisement that threatens our lives and our souls.
Sister Lucy of Fatima has told us publicly: "The Most Holy Virgin told Francisco, Jacinta and myself, many nations will disappear from the face of the earth. She said that Russia will be the instrument of chastisement chosen by Heaven to punish the whole world if we do not beforehand obtain the conversion of that poor nation."
To prevent this chastisement, Our Lady said She would come to ask for the Consecration of Russia. It is only "by this means" that Russia will be converted and peace brought to the world.
Holy Father, do not be taken in by "overtures of peace." Communism and its leaders are avowed enemies of Christ and our Holy Catholic Church. Our Lady forewarned us of the intrinsic evil of Communism and gave us the only solution.
We beseech you to not delay any longer. The dangers which threaten our faith and our lives grow greater with each day that Our Ladys request remains unfulfilled.
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