Prophetic event? After 93 years, Corpus Christi procession to take place in St. Petersburg, Russia

Rome, Italy, Jun 23, 2011 / 01:50 pm (CNA).- The mayor of St. Petersburg, Russia has granted permission for the first Corpus Christi procession to take place in the city since 1918.

Editor’s note: This is a much bigger development than it might at first, seem. Such a thing would have been impossible, just a few, short years ago. Maybe the alleged flaws in JPII’s earlier (1982-1984) consecration of Russia, an event that has been termed faulty and incomplete by many, have finally been remedied, now that he has been beatified.

Be sure to take a look at the very intriguing time-line of events referenced at the above link.

Perhaps the “Last Word” About The 3rd Secret of Fatima?

Fatima Seer – Sister Lucia

The Third Secret was first made public at the Beatification Mass of Francisco and Jacinta Marto on May 13, 2000, in the Cova da Iria where the secret was originally revealed to the three children on July 13, 1917. Unfortunately, controversy created by certain objections surrounded the Third Secret almost from the moment it became public. We will look at each main objection separately, and offer a response to each.

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The Devil’s Final Battle: read it on-line, or buy it!

Viewed from afar, the Catholic Church appears to be an institution that changes only slowly and reluctantly. The process of reform initiated by Vatican II in the 1960s led to unprecedented changes in the Church (e.g., vernacular Masses, abandonment of distinctive clerical garb, etc.) that may have seemed dramatic to insiders, but were almost invisible to outsiders. Compared to secular trends in the latter half of the 20th Century, the Church seemed resistant to change, maintaining Her teaching on such things as priestly celibacy, ordination of women, contraception, divorce and abortion. In all these respects, the Church still seems firmly entrenched in positions She has maintained for centuries.

But does this mean that Vatican leadership is resolutely traditionalist? Outsiders who rely on such things as the Pope’s public utterances might well think so. But as this book explains, insiders know better. The Catholic Church today is not what She seems, and the gap between public perceptions and actual realities is growing wider every day.

While traditions have been officially upheld in certain respects, they have been abandoned or undermined in others. And while the positions still being maintained have been widely publicized, those being abandoned or undermined have been barely acknowledged. Catholics who once shared a common set of beliefs around the world now find themselves drifting in different directions in different places, following contradictory and uncertain leadership at all levels.

Editor’s note: The content of this book is controversial. The author obviously believes that the leadership of the Catholic Church has deliberately ignored and/or deemphasized the messages and secrets of Our Lady of Fatima, delivered in 1917, in order to freely carry on with programs designed to modernize and liberalize the Catholic Church, to the serious detriment of the whole world. (And that’s not all!)

Read it. Make up your own mind.

The Fatima Network

Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen: Fatima Apparitions – 3 part video presentation

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The Message of Fatima

The Message of Fatima

The apparitions of Our Blessed Mother at Fatima, Portugal in 1917 stand as one of the most significant historical and prophetic “benchmarks” of modern times.

Never before have we been able to witness prophecy and contemporary history come togther in such a dynamic way.

And since virtually all of the Fatima prophecies came to pass from about 1930 through 1990, the only difficulty that remains is the authentic content of the famous “Third Secret”.

The Vatican has recently expanded the guidance on all of this.

Rather than attempt to summarize that which cannot be summarized, I suggest you click the link below, and peruse the 28 pages of documents, history, and testimony … complete with photostats of Sister Lucia’s own writings … and then make up your own mind.

The Vatican on Fatima, Sister Lucy, and the Third Secret