Fatima Center News Release
“FATIMA: THE PATH TO PEACE!” CONFERENCE!
DRAWS MORE PROMINENT SPEAKERS,
May 15, 2013
Set to begin on September 8 and run through September 13, 2013 in Niagara Falls, Canada, “Fatima: The Path to Peace!” is bringing together leaders of Church and state to address the increasingly dire condition of the world.
No one is unaffected by the growing financial, social and military crises that encompass nation after nation, so everyone should know that a solution to these problems exists and can be implemented immediately. The task of “Fatima: The Path to Peace!” is to bring this solution to the world’s attention and prompt those with the power — and responsibility — to put this solution into practice to do so.
Not everyone knows that Our Lady appeared six times in Fatima, Portugal, for six successive months, and promised us world peace in exchange for a simple act: the Pope and the bishops together must consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Once this is done, Our Lady assures us, Russia will be converted, wars will cease, and a period of peace granted to the world.
“Fatima: The Path to Peace!” will be an urgent call to try Our Lady’s solution. All the attempts, fashioned by human prudence, have failed to stop the world from plunging ever deeper into violence, immorality and chaos. It is time to try Heaven’s guaranteed solution, which Our Lady tells us is our only hope!
The urgency of the situation is recognized, and more people of prominence in public and ecclesial life are committed to addressing “Fatima: The Path to Peace!” Along with Dr. Ron Paul, former U.S. Congressman and Presidential candidate, and Joe Schiedler, foremost warrior on the pro-life front.
Along with members of the U.S. Congress, Canadian Parliament, European Union Parliament and all the bishops of the Catholic Church, the public is also invited. Major media are expected to cover the conference. We urge all those who can attend to reserve their place now.
For more information, contact the Fatima Center (see below).