The Rosary and the Holy Trinity – A Letter from Sr. Lucia

By Barb Ernster – Reading and Writing: A Command from Our Lady Many documents exist from Sister Lucia who wrote thousands of letters to people and clergy around the world: to her superiors, spiritual directors, bishops and popes. When Our Lady told her at age 10 that she had to learn to read and write, […]

Charity is at the Heart of the Fatima Prayers

By Greg Wasson – Sacrifice is Charity In the July apparition at Fatima, Mary showed the three children a terrifying vision of hell that, although it lasted only a moment, greatly emphasized the words she had spoken to them just before: “Sacrifice yourselves for sinners and say many times, especially whenever you make any sacrifice: […]

The Work of God is Final

By David M. Carollo – Our World Is Like an Amusement Park Ride When I was young growing up in Chicago, my parents occasionally took us to Riverview, an amusement park on the north side of the city. The rides were thrilling to a 5-year-old who eagerly followed his dad on any adventure. The parachute […]

“Keep Me Company”

By Lawrence Maginot – As we grow closer to the 100th anniversary of the request for the First Saturday Devotion by Our Lady of Fatima in 2025, many people remain confused about how to carry it out, especially the request for fifteen minutes of meditation in addition to the five-decade Rosary. This time of meditation […]

A Lesson on Faith

By David M. Carollo – A Visit to The Holy Land Again, I am writing from a historic place – the Holy Land, where the foundation of our Faith is found. God chose this land to bring about the true understanding of Divine Law lost by the actions of our first parents and the subsequent […]

Fatima Vision of Hell Helped Salvador Dali Return to God

By Barb Ernster – Who Was Salvador Dali? Salvador Dali is considered one of the greatest artists of the 20th century and the most famous surrealist. At the height of his popularity in 1960, he was commissioned by the Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima to paint the vision of hell as the Fatima […]

It is All for Our Lady

By Barb Ernster and Larry Maginot – Venerable Sister Lucia! The news that Sister Lucia was declared “venerable on June 22 this year did not come as a surprise. Her cause was opened in 2008 and the diocesan inquiry, which required the examination of thousands of documents, her personal diary of 2,000 pages and interviews […]

Sts. Peter and Paul Teach Us Perseverance in the Present Moment

By Barb Ernster – We tend to want to leave the job of evangelizing to those more learned, more articulate or who have the right personality to engage people. St. Peter: The Rock On a recent trip to the Holy Land, I was struck by how common the apostles were and how mundane and ordinary […]

It’s Worth Fighting For

By David M. Carollo – A Pilgrimage to Poland I am writing most of this article at Krakow airport, named after St. Pope John Paul II, the native son of this city. Flight delays can be a blessing, especially when the events of the day have been an inspiration to write accounts such as this. […]

Aligning Our Hearts with the Sacred Heart of Jesus

by Donal Anthony Foley – Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus June is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, an opportunity for a renewal of our devotion to Christ under the image and reality of His divine-human Heart. Devotion to the Sacred Heart calls us to go to the deepest part of our […]

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