Lenten Lessons from Fatima’s Youngest Seer: St. Jacinta

by Father Luke Mary Fletcher, CFR Inspiration for Your Lenten journey Lent is the perfect time to get back to basics. The themes, devotions, and spirituality of Lent allow us to reexamine the essentials of our faith journey. Prayer, penance and almsgiving are our weapons against the world, the flesh and the Devil. If you […]

A Spiritual Stairway to Heaven: Embracing First Saturday Devotion

Written By Gene Zannetti A Heavenly Blueprint In a beautiful ray of hope, Our Lady of Fatima bestowed upon her faithful disciples a sacred gift—a heavenly blueprint for spiritual ascent. These divine directives, akin to marching orders, chart a course towards the triumph of the Immaculate Heart. At the heart of this celestial roadmap lies […]

A Year of Decisions and Crossroads

Can We Alter the Course? A new year always begins with speculation, hope and resolutions. This year not only appears to follow that course but may be one of the most pivotal times in history. It is a major election year and the choices in front of us are monumental. Once again, we look at […]

The Eucharist is central to the Fatima apparitions

Written by Fr. James L. P. Miara “Fatima is Reparation” His Excellency Joao Pereira Venancio, who was a bishop of the Diocese of Leiria-Fatima from 1958-1968, when asked to summarize the message of Fatima said: “Fatima is reparation, reparation, reparation and especially Eucharistic reparation.” Fatima is very Eucharistic. This is evident when one visits the […]

SEEK24 Recap: The Faith is Alive!

Remembering God’s Grace It’s easy, nowadays, to give into the doom and gloom. Even as devoted followers of Christ, we often find ourselves discouraged by the state of this increasingly Godless world. Only earlier this week, controversial rapper Lil Nas X made a disgusting mockery of Christianity. While many religious and non-religious people have spoken […]

Theotokos!

Celebrating the Solemnity of Mary The Feast of the Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God, falls on January 1, the first day of the New Year, which is very fitting given that Christ is the one who came to make all things new. It is the Octave day of Christmas and is followed […]

Is Your Rosary Too Mechanical?

Learn to Make it a Living Thing. Written by Greg Wasson Fatima and the Rosary Sometimes we forget that Our Lady of Fatima is really Our Lady of the Rosary in a similar way as Our Lady of Lourdes is the Immaculate Conception. Mary identified herself at Fatima as Our Lady of the Rosary – […]

Why I’m Devoted to the Brown Scapular

By Gene Zannetti Growing up, the Brown Scapular was a concept that I knew of but did not fully understand. It was part of my Catholic heritage, an item known to carry a profound promise: those who died clothed in this scapular would be spared the eternal fires. Despite this, my own devotion had been […]

The Value of a Soul

The Value of a Soul Having been through the deaths of several close relatives and friends this year, it made me think of the value of a soul. Although these dear people are gone, their souls live on and the veil between this life and the next feels much thinner. What was consistent in each […]

Astounding Things!: How the Midday Sun Danced at Fatima

An excerpt of Avelino de Almeida’s firsthand account of the Miracle of the Sun, published on October 15th, 1917, in O Século’s daily edition Translated by John Nahrgang OURÉM (PORTUGAL), October 13th Upon disembarking, after a delayed trip, at around four o’clock in the afternoon at Chão de Maçãs station in Ourém, where religious people […]

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