The Fatima Century – by Craig Turner

Craig provides an amazing tour of world history relative to the Fatima Century. This was slightly revised and republished by Father Gordon MacRae, and is now on his newly revised site: Beyond These Stone Walls.

How Our Lady of Fatima Saved a World in Crisis


Filed under Fatima

3 responses to “The Fatima Century – by Craig Turner

  1. Aussie Mum

    The message of the Archangel St Michael (1916) and Our Lady of the Rosary at Fatima (1917) is about the triumph of her Immaculate Heart and extends beyond the 20th century.

  2. sanfelipe007

    Jesus told his apostles that there was more that he had to tell them that they could not yet bear. I have always felt that it was about his Holy mother.

  3. Aussie Mum

    The feast day of Our Lady of Fatima this year nearly coincided with Mothers Day and will coincide in 2029. Moreover, exactly one month later, 13th June 2029, it will be the 100th anniversary of the vision received by Lucia in the convent of the Dorothean Sisters in Tuy that Father has pictured above.

    We have 6 years to prepare to honour the Mother of God – Our Lady of Fatima – on Mother’s Day 2029. I am hoping extraordinary celebrations will be organised for that Feast Day coinciding with Mothers Day, and for the 100th anniversary of the vision Lucia received at Tuy: Our Lady of Fatima, the woman of Genesis 3:15 and Apocalypse 12, under the Cross where her divine Son gave her to us as our Mother and the Church was born; our Eucharistic Lord – the Holy Sacrament of the Altar – and the Graces and Mercy He earned for us all represented along with the depiction of 1 God who is 3 divine Persons. All these central teachings of the Church summarised in one magnificent image that reveals Catholic Truth, as Father Fox called our Catholic Religion. What a marvellous resource that image of Lucia’s vision at Tuy is for teaching what the Catholic religion is.

    I hope the celebrations in 2029 are large, the picture of what Lucia saw at Tuy carried in procession along with a statue of Our Lady of Fatima, so that at least some who are outside the fold will see these things, learn what the Church is, and be converted.

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