How to Face Death with Faith and Dignity

Dear Friends,

Some time ago, I learned that a Household brother of mine from college was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. He was given a short time to live.

Seth DeMoor of One Billion Stories found out about my brother’s condition and filmed him.

In the midst of all the negativity out there today, let me ask a question: are you prepared to go to God as you are, right now, this very moment?

Please, watch this video and see how one man is facing his impending death with Faith and dignity:

Gaspers’ Interpretations of Fátima

On July 2, 2018, the publication Catholic Family News issued an article on the organization’s web site entitled Sexual Abuse and the Third Secret—A Timely Reminder. The article was written by the managing editor of Catholic Family News, Matthew Gaspers. Among other aims, the article seeks to connect the third part of the secret of Fátima with some recent news on allegations of sexual abuse.

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Fátima and Apostasy: A Response to Michael Lewis

Several months ago, an elderly Fátima scholar was discussing with me the theology presented within Our Lady’s message at Fátima, making a distinction between “high” Fátima theology and “low” Fátima theology. In regard to current events within the Church—particularly those involving Pope Francis—I believe such a distinction can provide some instructive insight.

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The Circumspection of Sr. Lúcia

Chosen souls are often subtle in their speech and Sr. Lúcia of Fátima is no exception. Humble to the core, she did not want to draw attention to herself but keep focused upon God and Our Lady’s message. She did not want to speak about herself or her mystical experiences. How much, then, if at all, did this reluctance influence Sr. Lúcia’s writings on Fátima?

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