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Thursday, October 17, 2013
Bishop Fellay on Our Lady of Fatima & the Crisis in the Church

Bishop Fellay recently spoke about Our Lady of Fatima and her message, and its relation to the crisis in the Church. The SSPX's Superior General gave a conference entitled, "Our Lady of Fatima and the Crisis in the Church", on Saturday, October 12, during the 2013 Angelus Press Conference.

A 2-part audio of Bishop Fellay's conference is now available on the Society's website:
  1. Our Lady of Fatima and the Crisis in the Church: Part 1 
  2. Our Lady of Fatima and the Crisis in the Church: Part 2

Summary of Part 1:

  1. Overview of the 3 secrets of Fatima.
  2. The text of the Third Secret.
  3. The Third Secret has 2 parts; only 1 has been published; proofs.
  4. Why wasn't the Third Secret fully revealed?
  5. Dire Fatima predictions: how to understand.
  6. Prophecies of Fatima and Akita are the same.

Summary of Part 2:

  1. The Third Secret concerns a "touchy" matter for the Church.
  2. Sister Lucy: "It's all in the Apocalypse, chapters 8-13".
  3. Third Secret concerns the Antichrist... and more.
  4. Pope Francis' Act of Entrustment, not Consecration.
  5. Fulfilling the Fatima message, prayer and penance.
  6. The Son of Perdition may already be among us.
  7. Dealing with the crisis.
  8. God's coming chastisement... and Providence.
  9. The necessity of devotion to Our Lady.


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