The Third Secret of Fatima: Sister Lucy Silenced And the Subsequent Cover-up

This concerns the Third Secret of Fatima.

Who is Sister Lucia?

Sr. LuciaBorn on March 22, 1907, Lucie Dos Santos was only 10 years old when the Virgin appeared to her and her two young cousins, Francisco and Jacinta Marto, on a field outside the town of Fatima, on May 13, 1917. The apparitions continued through October 13 of that same year, and the seers conveyed Mary’s predictions of World War II, the rise of Russian Communism, and the urgent need for the faithful to pray the Rosary.

Sister Lucia also revealed the famous “third secret” of Fatima, which was kept secret by successive Popes until May 2000, when John Paul II revealed the text of a mystical vision involving a “bishop dressed in white” who was struggling toward the Cross, over the bodies of martyrs, until he himself was felled by gunfire. Pope John Paul concluded that the vision referred to the attempt on his own life. Some Catholics continue to insist that aspects of the “third secret” have not yet been disclosed, although the Vatican insists that there is nothing more to reveal.

So why was Sister Lucia silenced? To keep the public from realizing that the consecration of Russia had not been done according to the instructions of Our Lady of Fatima! Also after the year 2000, The third secret still remains hidden!

The following is an excerpt from The Fatima Network.

March 25, 1984– The Holy Father at Rome, before 250,000 people, again consecrates the world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Immediately afterwards, the Pope departs from his prepared text and prays “Enlighten especially the peoples of which You Yourself are awaiting our consecration and confiding.” The Pope thus publicly acknowledges that Our Lady of Fatima is still awaiting the Consecration of Russia (see photo of L’Osservatore Romano below).

On December 8th, 1983, Pope John Paul II wrote to all the bishops of the world, asking them to join in with him on March 25, 1984, in consecrating the world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. He included with his letter his prepared text of consecration. On March 25, 1984, the Pope, making the consecration before the statue of Our Lady of Fatima, departed from his prepared text to add the words highlighted above and translated below. As you can see they were reported in L’Osservatore Romano. The words he added at this point indicate clearly, that the Pope knew then that the consecration of the world done that day did not fulfill the requests of Our Lady of Fatima. After performing the consecration of the world proper, a few paragraphs above, the Pope added the highlighted words which translate: “Enlighten especially the peoples of which You Yourself are awaiting our consecration and confiding.” This clearly shows he knows Our Lady is awaiting the Pope and bishops to consecrate certain peoples to Her, that is the peoples of Russia.

Reproduction of the March 26, 1984 issue of L’Osservatore Romano, with translation, enlarged, of Pope John Paul II’s words. Opponents of the Consecration of Russia have, conveniently, from 1984 until this day, omitted to report that the Pope actually said, in effect, that he had not done the Consecration of Russia as requested by Our Lady of Fatima.

March 26, 1984 The Pope’s own newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano, reports the words set forth above, exactly as the Holy Father spoke them.

March 27, 1984 – The Italian Catholic bishops’ newspaper Avvenire reports that the Holy Father, on March 25 at 4:00 in the afternoon, three hours after he consecrated the world, prays at St. Peter’s, asking Our Lady to bless “those Peoples for whom You Yourself are awaiting our act of consecration and entrusting, and thus admits that the Consecration of Russia remains unfulfilled.”

I am spreading the word on behalf of this deceased Holy nun and on behalf of our Lady of Fatima.

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JOIN THE PETITION AND ASK THE HOLY FATHER

TO CONSECRATE RUSSIA IN ACCORDANCE WITH

OUR LADY OF FATIMA’S INSTRUCTIONS TODAY!

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