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.
This Thursday, May 13, I will be giving the webinar “Revisiting the Vision: Alternate Perspectives on the Third Part of the Secret of Fátima.”
Click on the above image to take you to my YouTube channel.
The webinar begins at 7 p.m. (Eastern). I will present a new paper and will take questions at the end!
You might also want to pick up a copy of my book. It will help you during this presentation (click on the image below):
Or click here for the publisher’s page.
Hope to see you there!!
Michael O’Neill interviewed me for his Miracle Hunter program (now on EWTN). We discussed the recent news about the new working group for the Sr. Lúcia Archive.
Click on the November 21, 2020 show for the details!
See my previous post for the working translation of the information from the Sr. Lúcia bulletin!
Over at Catholic Exchange there is a series of articles written by Dorothea and Wolfgang Koch about Fátima. They are focusing upon the artwork of the Dominican Friar Fr. Thomas McGlynn who sculpted the statue of Our Lady of Fátima that adorns the facade of the original Basilica in Fátima.
There is, however, a fact of Fr. McGlynn’s life that is not very well known.* When the Carmelites of Coimbra, Portugal published their biography of Sr. Lúcia, they revealed to the world a previously hidden fact.