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Video: The Fatima Message 1948 (w/Rare Historic Footage)
The following is an excerpt from a rare late 1940's film on the story of Our Lady of Fatima and her message for world peace. It includes some re-enactments of events in the life of Sr. Lucy. And also features original footage of the seer's families, the village, the Sanctuary of Fatima, etc.

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Rick Bancroft | Reply 18.01.2019 08.55

This is such an important video on the Fatima message. When Our Lady warned many nations will be destroyed, is that related to a 3rd World War or the 3 Days of Darkness? Can there still be a true lasting world peace now without a Chastisement?

Editor of TCW 11.11.2019 01.31

Nations being destroyed seems to be related to the 3 Days of Darkness, from the research I have done. There are multiple prophecies saying an unprecedented Chastisement is imminent. Can it be mitigated? Yes, by living the message of Fatima.

PAPAL RESTORATION STAFF MEMBER | Reply 02.02.2017 09.39

“Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us .” —300 days' indulgence each time (Pope Pius XI).

caldoracasta | Reply 19.01.2017 13.10

Indeed! May the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart, the restoration of the Papacy and the liberation, restoration and exaltation of Christ's Church hasten! JMJ.

Anthony | Reply 18.01.2017 06.34

Beautiful video TCW, I really needed to see this, thank you for posting.

Bernadette | Reply 18.01.2017 04.07

My heart is moved to tears; look at all those faithful. Sweet Heart of Mary, may Thy triumph hasten!

john nicolas | Reply 17.01.2017 17.49

This is amazing, thank you for posting this

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