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Quote from Sister Lucia

“Putting up with any sacrifices that are asked of us in our day-to-day lives becomes a slow martyrdom which purifies us and raises us up to the level of the supernatural, through the encounter of our soul with God, in the atmosphere of the presence of the Most Holy Trinity within us. We have here an incomparable spiritual richness!”                                                                                                                (Sister Lucia of Jesus and of the Immaculate Heart)

 

New package: book “Rosary with Sister Lucia” by Sr Lucia of Fatima+ CD “Fatima Calling 21st century” by Fr Michael Maher SM + DVD “Learn to Read” with those who participated in making film documentary “The Call to Fatima”

special package: Sister Lucia of Fatima www.thecalltofatima.wordpress.com

Dear Blog readers,

We have launched new package specially for the 50th International Eucharistic Congress which took place in Ireland June 2012.

This unique package consists of little book “Rosary with Sister Lucia” (published by Edicoes carmelo, texts of Servant of God Sister Maria Lúcia of Jesus and of the Immaculate heart, O.C.D.), newly recorded CD by Marist Father Michael Maher titled “Fatima Calling 21st Century”, and DVD “Learn to Read” with Dr Branca Paul (Sr Lucia’s private medical doctor), Thomas McCormack (The Call to Fatima producer/director) and Fr Maher SM (The Call to Fatima film narrator/ spiritual director).

To order this package, please email us at srluciacalltofatima@gmail.com (we accept cheque or Postal order, price of this package is €13/  £11  incl P&P)

or go to Amazon.com website to purchase on this link  http://www.amazon.com/Rosary-Sister-Fatima-Calling-Century/dp/9726401313/ref=sr_1_12?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1340102480&sr=1-12&keywords=Sister+Lucia

Thank you, & may God bless you & protect you always!

The Call to Fatima Triduum 2011

Call to Fatima Triduum in St Mary's of the Angels, 7-9th Oct 2011

“The Call to Fatima” triduum in honour of Our Lady of the Rosary will take place at St Mary of the Angels Church, Dublin 7 on Friday 7th, Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th October 2011.

Three days of prayer will emphasize the importance of the Fatima Message for our times, bringing along several experts on this topic. Triduum is organised in honour of Our Lady of the Rosary, feast day officially celebrated around the world on 7th October. It was in Fatima, Portugal, where the Virgin Mary stated, that she is the Lady of the Rosary to Lucia, Jacinta and Francisco. Our Lady of Fatima was especially loved by Saint Padre Pio, who is a patron saint of St Mary of the Angels Church, run by Irish Capuchin Franciscans.

The key guest speakers are coming from around the world, including Fr Andrew Apostoli, Franciscan of the Renewal, New York, USA, Sister Angela Coelho, the Vice-Postulator for Blessed Jacinta and Francisco Marto, Fatima, Portugal, Doctor Branca Paul, the private physician of last visionary Sister Lucia, Coimbra, Portugal, Soprano Singer Louise Irvine from Northern Ireland and The Call to Fatima film producer & director Dubliner Thomas McCormack.

During the Triduum the faithful will have the opportunity to view an exhibition of the Relics, those of Saint Padre Pio, Saint Teresa of Liseux (Little Flower), Saint Anthony, Blessed Francisco and Jacinta and many more.  Masses will be scheduled as usual. Confessions, Music, Adoration and talks by guest speakers will take place over the three days.

All are very welcome, especially youth and families, as well as different international community’s who have come to make their home in Ireland.

The Call to Fatima Triduum programm 7th-9th October 2011

O Fátima, Farewell original song in Portuguese & English

O Fatima, Farewell! original song

O FATIMA, FAREWELL!

O Virgin of the Rosary
of Fatima dear Lady,
O dearest Queen of Heaven
to save thou’ art ever ready.
O Virgin of the Rosary of Fatima dear Lady,
As now we leave your sanctuary
once more we kneel before thee.

Refrain:
Just one more final prayer
as we leave, O Mother Mary!
May our hearts ever ring
with the words that we sing:
Oh Fatima! Farewell!
Mother dear, Farewell!

Before we leave O Mother
oh, hear our prayer of sorrow,
And save us from all danger
today, tonight, tomorrow.
Before we leave, O Mother
have mercy on our sorrow,
And ever be our guardian,
today, tonight, tomorrow.

O Mother as we leave you
the tears to our eyes are springing,
But still our hearts with happiness,
your love, your praise are singing.
O Mother as we leave you
our eyes with tears are dimming,
But though we weep at parting
our souls with love are brimming.

Pope gunman wants to visit Fatima shrine


Mehmet Ali Ağca, who shot Pope John Paul II, wants to attend annual ceremonies at Portugal’s Fatima shrine and meet with Pope Benedict XVI, who is also scheduled to attend, his lawyer said on Thursday.

Lawyer Hacı Ali Özhan told the Associated Press he has written to Portugal’s president and prime minister seeking permission for Ağca to travel there for the May 13 event. A letter was also sent to the Vatican, requesting a meeting between Benedict and Ağca at Fatima, Özhan said. Neither Lisbon or the Vatican have replied to the March 16 letters, which were made available to the AP. Ağca was released from prison in January after completing a sentence for the 1979 killing of Turkish newspaper editor Abdi İpekçi. Ağca shot John Paul II on May 13, 1981, as the pope rode in an open car in St. Peter’s Square, during a period in which he had escaped from prison. The pontiff was hit in the abdomen, left hand and right arm. The motive for the attack remains a mystery.

Information taken form Today’s Zaman portal  http://www.todayszaman.com

Devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

The Call to devotion to

the Immaculate Heart of Mary


“Jesus wants …to establish in the world devotion to my Immaculate Heart.”

To establish in the world devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary means to bring people to a full consecration through conversion, self-dedication, intimate esteem, veneration and love. Thus, it is in this spirit of consecration and conversion that God wishes to establish in the world devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

We all know, that a mother’s heart represents love in the bosom of a family.  In fact, it is love which makes the mother bend over her  baby’s cradle, sacrifice herself for it, give herself, rush to the defence of her child. All children trust in the heart of their mother, and we all know that we have in her a place of special affection.

The same applies to the Virgin Mary. Thus the Message says: “My Immaculate Heart will be your refuge and the way that will lead you to God.”

More detailed information and documented material about devotion to Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Message of Fatima can be seen on the DVD “The Call to Fátima”, which comes in combination with Sister Lucia’s last book “Calls from the Message of Fátima” http://www.thecalltofatima.com/

Sister Lucia quotes on the Rosary

“The Rosary is a form of vocal prayer which, in general, suits all of us, for which we should have the highest regard, and which we should make the greatest effort never to abandon.”

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“In the Rosary we find all the riches of God’s truths, or rather, the revelation of God to men.”

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“I assure you that the Rosary is a biblical prayer and that it is part of the sacred Liturgy.”

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“When lovers are together, they spend hours and hours repeating the same thing: I love you! What is missing in the people who think the Rosary monotonous, is Love.”

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“Rosary is the prayer which sustains and increases our faith.”

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