Marian Books: Fatima in Lucia’s Own Words

Fatima in Lucia’s Own Words

Book Description (Adapted from Amazon):

Fatima in Lucia’s Own Words contains the memoirs and letters of the last surviving seer of Fatima, Lucia dos Santos.

The book describes her own life and the character, life and deaths of the other two children – Jacinta and Francisco. Included are visions of Hell, War, the Holy Father, Secrets and the Apparitions themselves. Photos include the incorrupt body of Jacinta . . . The book comes in combination with two DVDs The Call to Fatima – the Story and the Message (All Regions).

Why Roger recommends Fatima in Lucia’s Own Words:

As I have recently said here, far too little attention has been paid to the astonishing Apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima. Here we have the account direct from the sole surviving seer of the Apparitions.

It is hard to imagine anything being more valuable than this for understanding the meaning of Fatima, though I confess that I have hardly begun to give the testimony of Sister Lucia’s words the depths of attention that they deserve. It is a task for the rest of my years. For I know that it is necessary to understand the great Marian Apparitions of recent centuries far more deeply.

I am still unable then to review this book properly, as I write these words. All I can do is point to this, the fact that it exists and indicate why I think it is important …

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