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The Message of Fatima is our Message of Hope – Are You Honoring Our Lady’s Requests?

October 13, 2012

We are living in a mad, mad world. The culture of death is rampant, there are wars and conflicts all over the place, economies are collapsing and we are unsure of what else could possibly happen. It could get really ugly.

Living the Message of Fatima is our hope in these troubled times.

The sad condition of the world today is the result of our failure to honor Our Lady’s requests at Fatima. The consecration of Russia, which was to prevent the spread of atheism and one of Our Lady’s requests at Fatima, was delayed 55 years and so the errors of atheism have spread throughout the entire world. How is atheism affecting us? There is professional atheism, where it is being taught at a philosophical level, and there is practical atheism. Practical atheism is practiced by those who believe in God, but live as if He didn’t exist, part of the free love society, part of the “I’m okay, you’re okay” mind set. Everywhere we see the decline of the world. So what can we do? We simply, yes simply, need to honor Our Lady’s requests to spread the devotion to her Immaculate Heart.

On Aug 8, 2011, Fr. Mitch Pacwa interviewed Deacon Bob Ellis of the Blue Army about the Message of Fatima. It is outlined below. We all need to live it and we need to spread it around the world.

The Message of Fatima is three-fold:

  1. Hell exists and souls are being lost because no one is making reparation for their sins. This is the eternal order of the message.
  2. War is a consequence of sin. God wants us to live a peaceful life here on earth. This is on the temporal order.
  3. To bring about the conversion of sinners to save souls from hell and to bring peace to the world we need to spread the devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary throughout the world.

Souls will be saved and there will be peace if we honor Our Lady’s requests, if not the world we live in will continue its downward spiral. Pope Benedict said in 2010, “We are seeing the prophecies of Fatima unfold before our very eyes today.”

We need to honor all of Our Lady’s requests. There are five:

  1. We need sanctify our daily duties by saying a morning offering. It’s all about our daily disposition. We want to offer everything that comes to us in reparation for sin. Below is a basic morning offering. Copy it and tape it to your bathroom mirror so that you can say it first thing in the morning.

    Lord Jesus Christ, in union with that divine intention wherewith on earth Thou didst offer to God Thy praises through Thy Most Sacred Heart, and dost now offer them in the Sacrament of the Eucharist everywhere on earth even to the end of time, I most gladly offer Thee throughout this entire day, all my thoughts and intentions, all my affections and desires, all my words and deeds, in imitation of the most sacred Heart of the blessed and ever Virgin Mary Immaculate. Amen. (Fisheaters.com)

  2. We must *wear* the brown scapular of our Lady of Mount Carmel. Again it is about our disposition, not just wearing it like a hat. It is a sign of our consecration of our day to Our Lady and a constant reminder of that fact. Brown scapulars are itchy, intentionally so. That is the reminder of our daily consecration. We must take whatever we are wherever we are. Wearing the scapular is also protection from the devil.
  3. Pray the Rosary, at least five decades per day. It is for reparation for sin and to bring peace to the world. It also points us to Christ.
  4. Practice First Saturday devotions, which includes sacramental confession, reception of Holy Communion, praying the Rosary and 15 minutes of meditation on the mysteries. According to Fisheaters.com we must make five consecutive First Saturdays.
  5. The “forgotten request” – to spread her devotion throughout the world. This is the job of the laity.

Honor these requests and we can fix all of the world’s problems! We must surrender to God and heed the call of our Blessed Mother. The time is now.

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