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Archive for March, 2011

Submit your prayer request:Let’s pray for one another

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ,

Today I got a special inspiration to give you an opportunity to submit your prayers and requests, and of course, thanksgiving, especially regarding Our Lady of Fatima and three little shepherds Blessed Jacinta and Francisco Marto and Servant of God Sister Lucia.

You are most welcome to submit your prayer/ thanksgiving words here below! May God bless you all, let’s pray for one another!

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Call to Fatima is now on Amazon.com!

We are happy to announce that Call to Fatima products are now available on Amazon
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Padre Pio quote: the importance of the Mass

Padre Pio loved Our Lady of Fatima very much!“It would be easier for the world to survive without the sun than to do so without the Holy Mass.” – Padre Pio

Sister Lucia’s reflection on eternal life

How little we concern ourselves with eternal life!
When God created human beings, He destined them for eternal life by sharing in his divine life.  Our participation in eternal life must be decided between two very different realities: Heaven or Hell.
There are unbelievers in the world who deny these realities, but this does¬† not make them any the less real, nor does these people’s incredulity deliver them from the pains of hell if their lives of sin should lead them to it.
There are many passages in Sacred Scripture that speak to us about hell and its torments: “And they will go away into eternal punishment, but the righteous into eternal life” [Mt 25: 41-46]

This text is taken from book “Calls from the Message of Fatima” written by Sister Lucia dos Santos, the last visionary of appritons of Our Lady in Fatima

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Heaven, Hell, Purgatory do exist!

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Sister Lucia wrote in book “The Message of Fatima” the following: Remember two young girls, my playmates, who had died, I asked: “Is Maria Das Neves already in Heaven?
The Lady replied:”Yes, she is.”
And Amelia? “She will be in purgatory until the end of the world.”

I have been asked many questions about this reply from Our Lady, and I do not really know the answers to them. I did not ask Our Lady herself for an explanation, it was too small a thing for me to remember to do so. But I have thought a great deal about this detail of the Message.

After all, I ask myself, what is purgatory? The dictionary tells us that it is a place of punishment in which the souls of the just are purified before being admitted to heavenly bliss.
So we see that the word “purgatory” means “purifications”, and seeing that we are all more or less sinners, we all need to purify ourselves from our sins, faults and imperfections in order to be admitted to the joy ofpossesing the Kingdom of eternal glory.”
“The Message of Fatima” page 32-33

Saint of the Day 14th March

Saint of the day is St.Matilda of Denmark, born in 895. Daughter of Count Dietrich of Westphalia and Reinhild of Denmark, she was raised by her grandmother, abbess of the Eufurt. In 913, Matilda left the abbey, and married of King Henry the Fowler of Saxony, who had received an annulment from a previous marriage. Mother of Otto, Holy Roman Emperor; Henry the Quarrelsome, Duke of Bavaria; Saint Bruno, Archbishop of Cologne; Gerberga, wife of King Louis IV of France; Hedwig, mother of Hugh Capet. Betrayed by Otto after Henry the Fowler’s death when he falsely accused her of financial mismanagement. Founded several Benedictine abbeys. Well known throughout the realm for her generosity, she taught the ignorant, comforted the sick, and visited prisoners. Saint Matilda died in 968.
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