Fascinating Fátima Videos

Hello Everyone! I continue to be busy and have recently received some news of import to me that I might be sharing with you soon.

I discovered some rather fascinating videos available on the Internet about Fátima. They are in Portuguese, so those with a facility in the language will find these to be very enlightening. Go check them out!

Papa Paulo VI em Fátima

(Pope Paul VI in Fatima)

Paulo VI – Peregrino de Fátima

(Paul VI – Pilgrim of Fatima)

A Irmã Lúcia

(Sister Lucia)

Irmã Lúcia em Fátima

(Sr. Lucia in Fatima)

Irmã Lúcia com João Paulo II

(Sr. Lucia with John Paul II)

Revelação do Terceiro Segredo
de Fátima

(Revelation of the Third Secret of Fatima)

Morreu a Irmã Lúcia

(Sr. Lucia Dies)

Pope Francis Requests the Rosary and the St. Michael Prayer

Pope Francis has requested that the faithful recite the Rosary and the Prayer to St. Michael during the month of October (Italian, English).

His Holiness can rest assured that these prayers will continue to be said by me and I encourage others to do the same.

Did anyone else catch a little gem in the notification from the Holy See’s press office? It confirmed that the prayer to St. Michael was indeed composed by Leo XIII. I am not entirely too sure if the Vatican has ever acknowledged this fact in a public setting. If it had, great, if not, then we now have it.

In the meantime, the second edition of Pope Leo XIII and the Prayer to St. Michael is now available. Be sure to pick up a copy!

-Kevin

Beautiful Quote from Mother Pascalina Lehnert

In 2017, I had the opportunity to read Fr. Charles Theodore Murr’s book The Godmother: Mother Pascalina, a Feminine Tour de Force.

For those who do not know, Mother Pascalina was the right hand of Pope Pius XII. She was, arguably, the most powerful woman in the Vatican during Pius’ pontificate. There has been much written about her over the years, some good, some not so good. I do not pretend to be an expert on Mother Pascalina’s life, but I am interested in learning more about her. Enter Fr. Murr’s book.

While reading, I was struck by a quote that Fr. Murr attributed to Mother Pascalina. The two were talking about the infamous alleged private revelations at Bayside, New York. Fr. Murr attributed to Pascalina the following quote:

In the light of various ideas that arise over the years about private revelations (authentic or alleged), I think we could all learn from Mother Pascalina’s wisdom.

Matt Gaspers Responds

Hello Everyone! Well, little did I think I’d have to write two articles of a similar theme in less than 24 hours but it looks like I am!

Matt Gaspers of Catholic Family News has responded to my July article Gaspers’ Interpretation of Fatima. He has done so in an article for CFN that was published on September 3. Gaspers was kind to notify me via Facebook of the article and I thank him for this gesture. We have subsequently spoken briefly also via Facebook.

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