Bl. Jacinta of Fatima her last words and sacrifice!

On War
+ “Our Lady said that there is much war and dissension in the world.”
+ “Wars are nothing but punishments for the sins of the world.”
+ “Our Lady can no longer hold back the arm of her beloved Son from the world. It is necessary to do penance. If people change their ways, Our Lord will still spare the world; but if they do not, the chastisement will come.”

Speramus' Posterous

Bl. Jacinta’s Last Comments

Compiled by Fr. John De Marchi, IMC        

Fr. DeMarchi is an author of numerous articles and books on Fatima, in particular; The True Story of Fatima, Fatima Today, and Fatima the Full Story. He lived in Fatima from 1946 until his death in 2003. He Established a seminary for the Consolata Priests and a Convent for the sisters at Fatima. The museum of Fatima in 1990 and the Blessed Nuno Hotel for pilgrims.  He became close to Sr Lucia interviewing her many times on the events of Fatima as well as her family, friends and other witnesses. His books especially Fatima the Full Story are considered to be authentic historical documents.

I was blessed to know him and have him as a spiritual friend, father and “brother” as he appended his notes and cards to me. I made acquaintance with him over the years as He often visited my parish on his mission…

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About speramusposterous

Still Hoping for the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary! I am a Secular Carmelite and a Marian Catechist joining with those who love Our Lady of Fatima to help Her win the final Victory for Christo et Ecclessiae (Christ and His Church)! Posts on Speramus' Posterous are not always Fatima related. However, I hope they will be of interest to you and will help you to grow in the spiritual life and continue to "Fight the good fight of faith,and lay hold to eternal life, to which you are also called...." 1 Timothy 6:12. For more posts relating to the message of Our Lady at Fatima and its application for our times please follow me on Blogger or Twitter
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