Second Fátima Webinar!

Hi Everyone!

The second webinar on Fátima is now available on YouTube:

It was hosted by Michael Lofton of Reason and Theology. The remaining four webinars will also be hosted by Mr. Lofton. I’ll have more information about dates and times as they become available.

Also available is a PDF of the text of webinar two.

Please be advised that the webinars build upon one another. In order to understand each webinar, you’ll need to watch the preceding ones.

Click here for the first webinar.

I hope you enjoy this series!
-KJS

New Image of Sr. Lúcia: Later Apparitions

Hello Everyone!

I am happy to announce that the Carmel of Coimbra has unveiled a new image of Sr. Lúcia.

In their famous biography A Pathway Under the Gaze of Mary, the Carmelites of Coimbra revealed details of later apparitions of Our Lady to Sr. Lúcia in her cell of the Carmel. In fact, I’ll be talking about one of them in my later webinars!

Here is a video that is available through the Memorial Irmã Lúcia page on Facebook.

Some images are available on Facebook as well.

The artist is Francisco Correia de Almeida and he is on Facebook.

Interview with Steve Koob

Hello Everyone!

Last week, Steve Koob interviewed me. We talked about the third part of the Secret of Fátima.

In this interview, I reveal a previously unrevealed piece of information regarding Dr. Joaquín Navarro-Valls.

We’ll be talking again today to continue the conversation.

Part II here:

Revisiting the Vision Webinar Paper

When the Holy See published the text of the third part of the Secret of Fátima in 2000, she offered two things: an historical explanation of the facts as well as an interpretation of the third part. For twenty-one years, the explanation and interpretation have stood as the “official” stance of the Church. As time passes, and more knowledge and information about Fátima becomes available, occasion has arisen for us to reconsider some aspects of the Church’s official stance. This essay shall examine some of the reasons for a fresh look.

Click here to read a PDF version of this essay!

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