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Fatima

Fatima: 4 great lessons from the “Miracle of the Sun”

A day when God shouted, and with great humility reached out to us through children...

Fatima: How July 13, 1917 “changed” the Church

What Our Lady of Fatima did that day inspired many to convert, but provoked others to reject the faith.

Our Lady of Fatima and the Vice President

Photo of the Day, June 7, 2017

The enigma of Fatima, the fall of Communism, and Islam

A Third World War—which could have been nuclear—was foreseen, but it was averted because the pope made the Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Fatima in England

Photo of the Day, May 24, 2017

Pope Francis: “How can children help Jesus to save the world?”

One week after canonizing Sts. Francisco and Jacinta in Fatima, the pope talks with a group of children

(Exclusive) Cardinal Caffarra: “What Sr. Lucia wrote to me is being fulfilled today”

The Fatima visionary told him: “A time will come when the decisive battle between the kingdom of Christ and Satan will be over marriage and the family.”

Our Lady of Fatima, and a theological reading of history

Look to Fatima to understand the 20th century.

Bringing the messages of Our Lady of Fatima to Boston

Mother Olga Yaqob shares "a nun's eye view" of a night of prayer and adoration

Slideshow: See Pope Francis’ trip to Fatima in these beautiful images

Including his embrace of the little boy healed by the intercession of our newly canonized saints, Francisco and Jacinta

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