Latest

02 Oct 2015 Articles Comments (1)

The Eucharistic Miracle that inspired the Feast of Corpus Christi

Q: I recently learned that the feast of Corpus Christi was inspired by a Eucharistic miracle. Can you please give more details about this? — A reader in Springf…

Read more

05 Feb 2016 News Vatican Comments (2)

Popular confessor Saints Padre Pio and Leopold Mandic arrive in Rome for the Jubilee year of Mercy

The incorruptible remains of popular Capuchin Saints Padre Pio and Leopold Mandic, known specifically for the long hours they would spend hearing confessions ar…

Read more

12 Sep 2015 News USA No comments

For Lincoln diocese, audit adds to its effective child protection plan

The Diocese of Lincoln will now take part in the U.S. bishops' audit of the implementation of the youth protection charter – a move it says adds to a well-funct…

Read more

04 Jun 2016 News No comments

Pro-life religious order celebrates 25th anniversary

Cardinal Dolan said the growth of the Sisters of Life was 'a booster shot for all of us' The pro-life order the Sisters of Life have ce…

Read more

25 Mar 2015 Q&A Comments (1)

Are Catholics required to attend non-Catholic services (instead of Mass) for the sake of ecumenism?

Full Question In light of the ecumenism following Vatican II, are Catholics now under serious obligation (that is, binding under pain of sin) to skip Sunda…

Read more

26 Dec 2014 Q&A No comments

Is there a patron saint of dieters?

Full Question Is there a patron saint of dieters? Answer To my knowledge, there is not a saint who has been officially delegated as a patron for …

Read more

26 Aug 2016 Uncategorized Comments (1)

Iranian and US Religious leaders condemn terrorism in joint declaration

US bishops and Iranian religious leaders vow to work together to fight extremism American Catholic leaders and some of Iran’s top religious figures issued a jo…

Read more

10 Nov 2015 News Vatican Comments (1)

The Recent Vatileaks Scandal and what Pope Francis has to say

On November 4th a book titled “Via Crucis" written by Gianluigi Nuzzi was published, exposing vital and secret Vatican documentations to the entire public. This…

Read more

08 May 2016 United Kingdom Vatican Comments (1)

Catholics and Anglicans are to pray together for the conversion of the nation

Bishops are to ask Catholics to join an Anglican week of prayer The bishops of England and Wales have asked Catholics to join in an Anglican week of prayer for…

Read more
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
«
»

100 years later – Do we still need Fatima? THIS answer may surprise you!

Next year is the 100-year anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun during an apparition of Our Lady of Fatima. A century after her visit, we ask the question, does the world still need Fatima? Here is one surprising answer.

But Fatima was a century ago. Russia, about which Our Lady delivered a dire warning, fell into Communism, and many Christians were martyred. Most (but not all) agree, Pope John Paul II consecrated Russia to Mary, and the communist regime collapsed and faith reemerged. All of this was predicted by Our Lady, and it all came to pass.

So is the mission of Fatima complete? Do we still need Fatima?

The answer remains yes. And for the same reasons as before! Russia is resurgent on the world stage. War looms, and sins of the flesh are more rampant now than ever. Marriage is eroding, and modesty is virtually extinct.

In fact, a simple “yes” alone does not seem to suffice. Instead, we need a stronger word than yes; an emphatic YES!

Our Lady pointed out several problems that would be; Russia, communism, war, Godlessness, persecution, the decline of marriage, the decline of prayer, and the increase in mortally sinful behavior, particularly sexual immorality and immodesty.

These warnings, like all others have come true. Every. Single. One.

This means we are in more trouble than ever before. Our Lady warned she could no longer stay the hand of judgement. That was a century ago. What can we assume now that we are many times worse?

We should not act surprised if judgement begins tomorrow, nor should we expect a favorable outcome!

25;;08 *1 5()?1

Fortunately, Our Lady gave us a way to save ourselves and one another. Pray! Pray the Rosary daily!

“Say the Rosary every day to obtain peace for the world. And after each decade say the following prayer: ‘O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of Hell, and lead all souls to Heaven, especially those who have most need of Thy mercy.'”

In your prayers, please remember to pray for others who are in serious need of mercy. Our Lady mentioned that many people go to hell because nobody prays for them.

Our Lady made a final prediction. She predicted that in the end, Russia would be converted and there would be peace. She assured us we may ask graces from her.

The promises are there for us, let us use them and pray as Our Lady asked. We need Fatima now, more than ever before in the past hundred years.


By Marshall Connolly









wpsd_autopost:
1

5 comments

  1. Patrick Gannon Reply

    Too bad there were no smartphones to capture this “miracle” 100 years ago. Funny that since such tools now exist, these sorts of “miracles” have largely ceased.

    1. Joe larocque Reply

      Blessed are those who have not seen, yet believe… have faith Patrick.

  2. Martin Reply

    Blsd be God forever….Have mercy on us O God…

  3. Nancy Reply

    There are miracles occurring all of the time! Did you miss the story about the hosts wedding the blood of Christ? Mother Theresa had to perform miracles in order to become a saint. She became sanctified last month.
    You’ll never see miracles if you turn a blind eye.

  4. Mary De Mott Reply

    Eyey has not seen what God has in store for those who do not see but BELIEVE !!! AMEN

Leave a Reply

  1. most read post
  2. Most Commented
  3. Choose Categories