Our Lady of Fatima appears over Vatican as Bergoglio denies the Faith

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On social media and on the internet you can find many images of the Statue of Our Lady of Fatima, as it is carried in procession at Fatima. The iconic image is immediately recognizable by all devotees of Our Lady

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

There are some blasphemies and errors so great that they merit a divine intervention to refute them. Yesterday, at the Vatican was just one such case.

As Jorge Mario Bergoglio read his discourse, Urbi et Orbi, to a world reeling in the Corona panic, he said the following (full text at Vatican News):

Svegliati Signore!”. ‘Perché avete paura? Non avete ancora fede?’. Signore, ci rivolgi un appello, un appello alla fede. Che non è tanto credere che Tu esista, ma venire a Te e fidarsi di Te.

Which in English is:

Wake up, Lord! Why do you all fear? Do you not yet have faith? Lord, you make an appeal to us, an appeal to faith. Which is not so much to believe that You exist, but to come to You and trust ourselves to You.

The Catholic Faith, contrariwise, teaches that supernatural faith in God consists, first of all, as Saint Paul says in his Letter to the Hebrews, chapter 11, verse 6:

But without faith it is impossible to please God. For he that cometh to God must believe that he is: and is a rewarder to them that seek him.

In response to this blasphemy, Our Lady of Fatima seems to have momentarily appeared in the clouds above the Vatican:

 

This video was shared with FromRome.Info via Whatsapp. The video was recorded by cellphone from a TV broadcast by Vatican News of the Urbi and Orbi ceremony. But I have uploaded it to From Rome Info Video’s channel on YouTube to make it known to the whole world.

About one our after the report you are currently reading at FromRome.Info, Il Giornale, one of the leading national newspapers in Italy, published their own report about this miracle.

The position of the apparition over the Vatican places it at the same angle on the compass as the direct route to the Holy House of Loreto, the home of Our Lady which was miraculously transported in the 13th century to Loreto, Italy, from Nazareth. It was in that house, that Our Lady received the message of the Archangel Gabriel, and said, “Let it be done to me, as you have said!”, thus inaugurating the Incarnation of the Son of God and the Salvation of the world. It is perhaps, for that reason, that She appeared over that part of the sky, as Bergoglio denied the fundamental obligation of faith, to believe that God exists.

This is not an isolated incident. On Wednesday, March 25, at 5 P.M., at San Carlos, in the province of Corrientes, Argentina, the image of Our Lady of Iquiti appeared in the clouds. You can read the story at the Daily Star, UK, here.  Our Lady of Iquiti is the Immaculate Virgin dressed in a style similar to Our Lady of Fatima.

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16 thoughts on “Our Lady of Fatima appears over Vatican as Bergoglio denies the Faith”

  1. On the 100th anniversary of Fatima, Bergoglio held a diabolical-masonic liturgy in Fatima wearing a white & black palium, with a black drape on the altar, 6 black candles, and black cubic chairs and ambon (all masonic). Our Lady of Fatima will not be mocked!!

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  2. A comment explaining what seems a total contradiction would be most helpful Br. Alexis. Modernist couch their heresies in pious sounding but confusing structures. However, contradictions they are not to them. This one seems hard to decipher. Is his address to “the Lord” an address to the divinity he believes in within every man (even atheists)? –a call for “Him” to wake up? And then not that we even need to believe divinity is within us, it’s just enough to believe in ourselves as atheists do??

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    1. The phrase, Wake up! is a bad translation of the Psalm 3:7, in the Bible, which says, Rise up o Lord. The Italian used by Bergoglio literally means wake up, get up, as out of bed. But the Psalm in Hebrew is referring to a King rising up from His throne to go to war.,

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  3. I do not know the context of this statement but It makes no sense whatever for Francis to be referring to “the Lord” in the same sense as David does in Psa 3:7, as an entity outside of man. He must be referring to some element of divinity he thinks is part of man, perhaps a part of all we know as creation (neo-pantheism) because it has no meaningful connection whatever to what follows if it did. It makes no sense with what he next says: “Why do you all fear . etc.” Francis seems to be speaking to himself and others (or the divine within him and others) when saying “Wake up O Lord.” Francis is either promoting a new pantheism or we are misinterpreting a poorly stated but otherwise acceptable statement: “Which is not so much to believe that You [MERELY] exist, but to come to You and trust ourselves to You.” I tend to discount the latter however, as this does not explain his intro: “Wake up Lord!” and the former fits with numerous other statements he has made which are purely humanistic only cloaked in Christianese.

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  4. the comments on the report in the Italian News on this is brutal. Calling it from everything of an air plane with landing lights, ufo or other stuff. But I have never seen an air plane go vertical to land, so I say and believe it is Our Lady in the clouds.

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  5. Pertaining to the video of the supposed Masonic black Mass, possibly this is a requiem Mass for the dead which would explain the black candles and cloths.

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