On this day in history:
The visionaries of Our Lady of Fatima were kidnapped by the provincial administrator and threatened with death if they did not come out and admit the apparitions were a lie. The provincial administrator was a freemason and anti-Catholic. The children would not say such a thing, because it wasn't a lie. One by one the administrator took the children out to be "burned alive in hot scalding oil." When the last child was taken out of the interrogation room, supposedly to die, she was surprised to find the other two very much alive in their jail cells. The administrator had tried to trick them into lying, but it did not work. The jailhouse was besieged by thousands, shouting for the release of the children. The administrator had no choice but to let the children go. Our Lady appeared to them on the Feast of the Assumption, since the children could not be at the Cova on the 13th.
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“Sometimes the only way the good Lord can get into some hearts is to break them.”---Ven. Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
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Word of the day
fallow: not in use
example: Do not allow your Bible to lie fallow, for "ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ."