Of the miracle of the sun in Fatima, it seems time to talk about this – the thread that unravels the entire sweater.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve resisted the topic. I hate the topic. I hate the idea that this poor servant of God was mistreated or worse. I hate the ramifications of this possibility, and the logical conclusions one must draw from it, if true.
Nevertheless, I can’t ignore the fact that Sister Lucy of Fatima is not the same woman who appears in post conciliar photos. And, let’s face it, things like this have happened before. Just the other night I was reading about how Saint John of the Cross was kidnapped and imprisoned by Carmelites who opposed Saint Theresa of Avila’s reforms.
For nine months he rotted in a monastery in Toledo, Spain. His cell, a former latrine, was barely large enough for his body. They didn’t allow him to bath or to change clothes. His robe essentially rotted off of him. Several times a week, the “brothers” brought him out to be flogged while they watched, eating their lunch. I’m sure there are many other examples. The point is, things like this have happened before.
It’s a sad, annoying, and uncomfortable subject. But my discomfort is irrelevant. The Truth is what matters, wherever He leads, and it seems very clear to me that the truth is … Sister Lucy was replaced with a fraudulent copy.
The ramifications and motives behind this would be obvious, of course.
The ramifications are what cause people to look away and avoid the issue. Deal with them later. First, deal with the truth. The consequences are what they are.
The threshold issue is this: are these the same woman?
Forensic experts say “no,” and I agree with them.
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Our Lady of Fatima, ora pro nobis.
P.S.: Our Lord (and Lady) often give 100 years for a warning to sink in, and be acted upon. Then, the results of not heeding the warning begin. The apparitions in Fatima took place in 1917.
What momentous event occurred in 2017?