His Holiness Pope John Paul II Says:

The Message of Fatima imposes an obligation on the Church

"The appeal of Our Lady of Fatima is so deeply rooted in the Gospel and the whole of Tradition that the Church feels that the Message imposes a commitment on Her."

... Pope John Paul II at Fatima

"Our Lady's Message at Fatima remains ever relevant. It is still more relevant than it was 65 years ago. It is still more urgent."

... Pope John Paul II at Fatima

"Today John Paul II, successor of St. Peter presents himself before the Mother of the Son of God in HER Shrine at Fatima. In what way does he come? He presents himself reading again with trepidation the motherly call to penance, to conversion, the ardent appeal of the Heart of Mary that resounded at Fatima 65 years ago. Yes he reads it again with trepidation in his heart because he sees how many people and societies -- how many Christians -- have gone in the opposite direction to the one indicated in the Message of Fatima. Sin has thus made itself firmly at home in the world, and denial of God has become widespread in the ideologies, ideas and plans of human beings."

... Pope John Paul II at Fatima

"The successor of Peter presents himself here also as a witness to the immensity of human suffering, a witness to the almost apocalyptic menaces looming over the nations and mankind as a whole."

... Pope John Paul II at Fatima

"Save yourself from this perverse generation."

... St. Peter on Pentecost (Acts 2:40)

Below are some of the remarks we have received from Patriarchs, Cardinals, Archbishops from around the world, praising this book.

Ever since I began reading it I can hardly put it down. It reveals so many interesting things about the reasons why the collegial consecration by the Pope and the bishops of Russia to the Immaculate Heart has not yet been made.

+Francisco R. Cruces, Archbishop of Zamboango, Philippines

The copy of your recently published book, World Enslavement or Peace ... It's Up To The Pope has arrived here... Thank you for your efforts to make the true message of Fatima better known.

+Archbishop V. Fagiolo, Secretary, Congregation for Religious and Secular Institutes, Vatican City, Rome

I must congratulate you for bringing out such an informative work on the message of Fatima and its relevance in the modern world. It is imperative that Russia be consecrated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

+Peter M. Chenaparampil, Bishop of Alleppy, India

Your book is the first and only one to fully explore the crucial issue of Our Lady's Fatima request. I find your book very interesting and instructive. I think some thoughts are told for the first time so clearly.

+Bishop Wladyslaw Miziolek, Warsaw

This is a task to carry out Our Lady's Message before it is too late. Let not politics mar, delay and deter the Lady's command any longer. We should act at once.

A wonderful book to keep and propagate its contests!

+Onesimo C. Gordoncillo, D.D., Archbishop of Capiz