Monthly Archives: October 2014

Miracle of the Sun

Miracle of the Sun—Read all about it! Imagine yourself in Fatima, Portugal on October 13, 1917.It’s raining, and you are soaking wet, yet you are not going anywhere.You are standing alongside 70,000 people waiting… …waiting for a sign.

You see, the Blessed Mother had already appeared five times to Lucia, Francisco and Jacinta and she had promised a sign, and she always fulfills her promises.

The purpose of the sign was so all would believe.
If the sign happened, all would believe in the message of Our Lady of Fatima asking for prayer and conversion of life to avoid wars and to obtain peace.

People waited…

But then… suddenly the sun began to spin…. And the most spectacular of all events happened, as if in a gigantic movie screen: the sky.

The newspapers of the time published it and numerous pictures were taken.

Read all about it The MIRACLE OF THE SUN.

And the good and the bad believed; and the atheists proclaimed the glory of God.

Our Lady of Fatima had come and delivered her message to the world. If people did what she requested much misery would have been avoided. But to seal her message she made the sun spin and dance in the sky and 70,000 people saw it.

Check this amazing story and look at the pictures.

Another amazing thing was that, despite the fact that the Miracle of the Sun only lasted a few minutes, had you been standing there that day, you would have found you were no longer soaking wet, for within minutes, everyone was perfectly dry. No joke.

Go and see the photos.

I will pray for you as I always do, and ask Our Blessed Mother of Fatima that you too will devote your life to her.


Saint Denis, the decapitated guy you’ll bump into all over Paris

Today is the feast of St Denis

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Statue of Saint Denis on the Portail de la Vie...

If, in your Paris wanderings, you’ve spent some time at Notre Dame admiring all the statues of saints and kings adorning the front of the cathedral, you may have found yourself wondering, “Who’s that decapitated guy holding his head in his hands?”

The headless man in question is Saint Denis, a martyr with a strange and incredible story.

Saint Denis was the first bishop of Paris, back in the third century when Paris was still very much a Roman city. The prodigious number of conversions Denis performed got him on the bad side of the local pagan priests. So the Roman rulers of Paris had Denis arrested and brought him to the highest hill in Paris, now known as Montmartre, where he was executed by — you guessed it — beheading. Now, here comes the good part: It’s said that immediately after Denis was killed, he picked up his head…

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March for the Babies – Don’t be afraid!

Click to insert.Join the March for the Babies on Saturday 11 October at 1pm at the Treasury Gardens, Melbourne. Don’t be afraid to come because of what the protestors did last year – the police have committed to doing better this time. Now, more than ever, pro-lifers need to be seen and heard. Do not be intimidated by the people of darkness, but come and show them the light of life. Meet at the Wellington Parade side of the Treasury Gardens, corner of Spring Street. Wear pink or blue. This is the 6th annual March for the Babies. It is a peaceful rally to defend the rights of unborn babies and their mothers against the 2008 Abortion Law Reform Act. See for more. An update on September 19th on the website says: “We met with Victoria Police Command tonight and were more than satisfied with their assurances that police resources will be boosted significantly this year to avoid a repeat of last year’s violence. October 11 will be the safest March yet!” See you there!