Fatima statue visits Norco to spread historic message

In 1917, three children in Fatima, Portugal, saw a vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary. She came to the children six times that year, giving admonitions, requests and warnings.

The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property calls these visions and instructions a “heaven-sent survival manual” and believes that the message needs to be spread to every home in America.

Ronald St. Pierre in Norco agrees and organized a visit by the group so that local Catholics could learn more about the Our Lady of Fatima message.

The society has a special campaign called America Needs Fatima to spread the Fatima message throughout the nation.
They routinely go to homes for two-hour visits that include bringing a 48″ Pilgrim Virgin statue, viewing a 25-minute video on the Fatima story and message and praying the Rosary.

“We went on a larger scale,” St. Pierre said. He and the Red Church Council #3634 organized a visit from the campaign at the council’s house at 375 Spruce St. and 4th Street in Norco on Sunday, May 23.

The visit was open to Catholics from all over the parish, St. Pierre said.

“I think it was an excellent opportunity to learn more about the Fatima message and to help spread it to family and friends,” St. Pierre said.

The America Needs Fatima campaign states that “above all, America needs a clear direction, a great purpose, and the means to achieve it.” The campaign believes that Fatima’s message is to open the country’s eyes to the gravity of today’s moral corruption, to explain it in light of God’s plans and to outline how to prevent the punishment.

Learn more about the America Needs Fatima message at www.AmericaNeedsFatima.org.


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