Our Lady of Fatima appeared to Lucy, Jacinta and Francisco. She gave them a message to be delivered to the faithful everywhere. She told them that men must stop sinning and return to God. She told us we must pray the Rosary every day and that we must fulfill the duties of our state in life day by day.
God worked a very great miracle before more than 70,000 people at Fatima so that all people would listen to His Mother’s pressing appeal. She came to Fatima out of Her maternal concern for us, He] children, but if we ignore Her, then terrible things will happen. Many souls will go to hell forever — and all of us on earth will be enslaved in a world-wide prison of Communism. If we listen — true peace will be given to the world and many souls will merit eternal happiness in Heaven.
Our Lady said:
“Many souls go to hell because they have no one to pray for them and make sacrifices for them.”
“If you do what I tell you many souls will be saved and there will be peace.” But especially remember She said: “If my requests are granted, Russia will be converted and there will be peace.”
“If my requests are not granted, Russia will spread its errors throughout the world raising up wars and persecutions against the Church. Many will be martyred, the Holy Father will have much to suffer — several nations will be annihilated.”
Sister Lucy of Fatima was left on earth to explain the message of Our Lady of Fatima to the world She has stated clearly that if we do not heed Our Lady’s requests then Communism will enslave the whole world.
In answer to the question: “What must the individual Catholic do in order that Peace be given to the world, Communism be turned back, and the annihilation of nations be averted?”, Sister Lucy gave the following Peace Pledge Formula.
Padre Pio, the stigmatic priest, said that when enough people fulfill this pledge then Our Lady of Fatima will convert Russia and She will bring true peace to the world.
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