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Pope To Canonize Jacinta and Francisco.
But What about Sister Lucia?

by Christopher A. Ferrara
March 24, 2017

The Vatican has announced that the Fatima seers Jacinta and Francisco, already beatified by John Paul II, will be canonized by Pope Bergoglio, following the recent approval of a second miracle attributed to their intercession. The ceremony will probably take place in May, during the Pope’s pilgrimage to Fatima.

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Francisco and Jacinta Close to Sainthood Declaration

Pope Francis expected to canonize seers in visit to Fatima

March 24, 2017

The Holy See has announced that Blesseds Francisco and Jacinta Marto have been credited with a miracle needed to move their cause for sainthood to its conclusion. There is speculation the canonization may be done this coming May 13, when the Pope visits Fatima to mark the 100th anniversary of the Fatima apparitions.

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The Fatima Center's Rapid Response Team is in Rome!


Reparatory Procession during the time of the Anglican Desecration - See More


Chris Ferrara on the Anglican Desecration of the Vatican - March 13 2017 - See More


Distribution of “Ecumenical Madness...” leaflet near the Vatican March 13 - See More


Pray for John Vennari

by Christopher A. Ferrara
February 23, 2017

As this column appears, John Vennari, my dear friend of twenty years an a comrade-in-arms in the traditional Catholic press, is reaching the end of his battle against colon cancer. He called me yesterday to say goodbye — the selfless act of a courageous Catholic who is fighting the good fight and keeping the Faith to the end.

John has been able to receive all the helps of the Church to prepare him for eternity, including those that remit all temporal punishment for sin. Even if God does not grant the great miracle of a cure, John has already been granted the incomparable grace of a well-provided death. We should all pray to be so blessed when our time comes, as it will very soon in the scheme of things.

In his humility, John has requested "prayers for my Purgatory." We must, of course, perform that spiritual work of mercy for our friend and fellow Catholic. But if John is indeed about to pass from this world into the next, there is every reason to hope that the helps he has been so blessed to receive will hasten the day when he will hear those glorious words of Our Lord, "Well done, good and faithful servant," and enter that realm where "God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes: and death shall be no more, nor mourning, nor crying, nor sorrow shall be any more, for the former things are passed away."

Pray for John. And consider arranging the offering of The Thirty Gregorian Masses for him as well as regular Masses.

Click here to see Michael Matt's call for prayers for John.

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The Bottom Falls Out of the Middle

For all the horrors elaborated in its deeper circles, Dante consigns most of the damned to a vestibule of the Inferno reserved for the non-committed: there, those who are fit neither for Heaven nor for hell run a ceaseless round, spurred on by the sting of small insects. They follow behind a banner on which nothing is written, and among their number, all unnamed, is one who made “the great refusal.”

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Report on Sweden / Pope Francis

Dear Friend of Our Lady,

As you will see in this letter and upon reading the enclosed article, Sister Lucy's words in the above quote are very pertinent for today.

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