Hi Everyone! I am busy preparing some materials for publication. Recently, I had the opportunity to revisit Archbishop Fulton Sheen’s book Communism and the Conscience of the West. I had made use of it a couple of years ago for an article that I wrote. As this book is out of print, I want to post some information about this book.
Hello Everyone! The conference here in Kansas City, MO is winding down and I am preparing to leave the hotel soon. Before leaving, however, I wanted to issue some thoughts.
I would like to provide to the general public the text that I had prepared for the debate. The event was a little late and so some things had to be shortened, unfortunately. Nevertheless, I present what I had prepared, with some slight editing for online format.
The other day I came across an old interview with Cardinal Ratzinger that was conducted by the Italian journalist Orazio La Rocca in May, 2000. It was published in La Repubblica on May 19.
Not a week prior to the publication of this interview, Cardinal Sodano had announced the impending publication of the third part of the secret of Fátima. La Rocca took the opportunity to speak with Ratzinger about the matter.
I was interviewed by Michael O’Neill for his upcoming program this Sunday. We will be talking about my book On the Third Part of the Secret of Fátima.
The file will be uploaded on Friday and air on Sunday.
Last year, I posted an English translation of an article written by Dr. José Barreto of Lisbon, Portugal, on the writings of Fr. Edouard Dhanis concerning Fátima.
While in Fátima this past June, I noticed that there was some discussion on Fr. Dhanis on an Internet forum. I am quite happy to see this discussion taking place as I discuss Dhanis in my book On the Third Part of the Secret of Fátima.
I noticed that Joachim Bouflet wrote a book about Fátima entitled Fátima: 1917-2017. I have found Bouflet, generally speaking, to be a good writer and I looked forward to reading his book. I saw that he, too, has written about Fr. Dhanis (pgs. 126-132). Overall, I think he wrote well of the situation with the Flemish Jesuit. I like how he appears to acknowledge the opprobrium to which Dhanis was subjected.
For your reading pleasure, I have worked-up an English translation (by no means a polished one) of Bouflet’s discussion. I hope he does not mind that I have done so.
The Sanctuary of Fátima has released photos from the recent Thinking Fátima Congress.