The Fatima Prayer

The Fatima Prayer was taught to three children who witnessed the appearance of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Fatima in Portugal in 1917. It is now part of the Holy Rosary said by Catholics across the world. We now live in times that show signs of a crossroads in human history. Very little trust remains in governments and the people who rule us even within what we call democratic systems of government. People no longer believe that their concerns are listened to or their interests are met. The political class is seen as divorced from the interests of the ordinary man and in favour of causes that appear remote or distant. Public money continues to fund causes that bear no resemblance to a traditional or indigenous way of life despite the UK being £1.5 trillion in debt. Such actions reveal the thumbprints of an atheistic political class desperate to find some moral value in their diminishing power. A power diminished by their ever increasing allegiance to a foreign power: The godless EU.

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What can be done? Pray. For the world and its future are at stake. This is my opinion and if you do not share it that is fine by me, but I will continue to pray for a world free from those who by way of diabolical disorientation continue to manipulate and undermine the faith of the laity and of their forefathers.

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O my Jesus, forgive us our sins,

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save us from the fires of hell,

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lead all souls to Heaven,

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especially those most in need of Thy mercy.

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Amen.

 

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