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Persecutions Continue
after 1984 Consecration

The sword is sharpened, and furbished.
It is sharpened to kill victims.
(Ezekiel 21:9-10)

“He (God) is about to punish the world for its crimes, by means of war, famine and persecutions of the Church and of the Holy Father.

“To prevent this, I shall come to ask for the consecration of Russia to My Immaculate Heart. ... If My requests are heeded, Russia will be converted and there will be peace; if not, she will spread her errors throughout the world, causing wars and persecutions of the Church.” (Our Lady of Fatima, July 13, 1917)

On May 13, 1982, one year after the attempt on his life, Pope John Paul II consecrated the world, but not Russia, at Fatima. L’Osservatore Romano explained that he had “tried to do everything possible in the concrete circumstances.”

On March 25, 1984, the Holy Father once again consecrated the world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. This time he prayed after doing the consecration “Enlighten especially the peoples of which You Yourself are awaiting our consecration and confiding,” publicly acknowledging that Russia was still not consecrated to Her Immaculate Heart.

False Claims

Certain highly placed Vatican officials, who claim to be repeating the words of Sister Lucy while not allowing her to speak for herself, insist that the consecration of the world in 1984 was sufficient. Everyone knows Russia is part of the world, they remind us, (therefore God didn’t really have to be that specific) thus even Pope John Paul II was wrong in his assessment of his own consecrations.

Actions Speak Louder Than Words

In this “era of peace,” since 1984, highlighted by the alleged revelation of the Third Secret on June 26, 2000, Catholics should be living in the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart. The terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and Washington must have been acts of peace, not war.

The April 7, 2002 killing of a priest in Bogota, Colombia, while he was celebrating Mass was not an act of persecution against the Church because, we are told, Russia is consecrated.

Father Stefano Caprio, a priest who has been working in Russia for the past 12 years was deprived of his visa after leaving Russia to visit his parents in Italy. But since Russia is no longer spreading her errors and persecution is no longer taking place, there is an obvious explanation. Wouldn’t we all like to hear it!

The kidnapping (and release, on April 11, 2002 – some reports claim after a ransom was paid) of an Italian missionary in the Philippines by an Islamic group shouldn’t have happened in this “period of peace” promised by Our Lady. But it did.

There’s More

According to Father Faltas, the custodian of Bethlehem’s Basilica of the Nativity, Israeli soldiers have shot at the basilica, the sacristy and the monastery’s kitchen. Father Bini, Minister General of the Order of Friars Minor, in Rome, reports that “the supplies of water and food have run out; the removal of a body of the young Palestinian killed has not been permitted; it is not possible to provide suitable care to the other gravely wounded Palestinian.”

We are not living in the period of peace promised by Our Lady once Her request for the consecration of Russia is fulfilled. It’s our solemn duty to tell our bishops we support Our Lady and Her Fatima Message and we want them to publicly proclaim the same. It is our duty to work and pray for the collegial Consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.