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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Social networks anticipate Francis' trip to Fatima

Social networks anticipate Francis' trip to Fatima
The Novus Ordites withhold the real 3 secret of Fatima which details this ongoing apostasy and soon formal schism in Rome.  This trip will not satisfy what Our Lady has asked for....
Includes: Francis' weekly schedule: He visits Fatima for 100th anniversary
The next apostolic trip "Pope" Francis takes is to Fatima to celebrate the centenary of the apparitions of the Our Lady of Fatima. However,  the anniversary events can be followed closely from any computer or smart phone.

The official website "Shrine of Fatima"and "Fatima17" will stream the entire trip and through their Twitter and Facebook accounts: Shrine of Fatima and First Christians in both Spanish and English.

Additionally, Rome Reports will provide continuous information of the pope's movements in Portugal, in Spanish and in English.

The hashtag #Fatima100 allows one to follow the comments and special moments of the trip on Twitter. Some of the accounts that are worth following: @RealChristian14, @TotalCatholic, and @ChurchPop. The account with the most symbolic images of the trip will be the Roman Observatory, @oss_romano.

For those who want more information about the history and life of the three children, the web "Pastorinhos" and "Armada Blanca" offer all the information data of the apparitions in seven languages: Spanish, English, Portuguese, French, German, Italian and Polish.

Portuguese priests studying in Rome visit the "Pope" before his trip to Fatima

A few days before his trip to Fatima, Pope Francis received these Portuguese priests that are studying in Rome. 

It is a hymn to the Virgin Mary that is sung in the Sanctuary. Afterwards, the rector emotionally thanked Pope Francis for the meeting. 

"Holy Father. The joy and the emotion in our hearts are very great...”

As it is only a few days away, the atmosphere was filled with the pope's upcoming trip to Fatima. He will go for the anniversary of the Virgin Mary's apparitions in Cova de Iria, as well as the canonization of the two young shepherds, Francisco and Jacinta Marto.

"As a good and tender Teacher, Mary introduces the little seers in the intimate knowledge of Trinitarian Love and leads them to taste God as the most beautiful reality of human existence."

He also gave them the advice that he has repeated to other priests who complete their formation in Rome: Do not lose sight of the true essence of their vocation. 

"Above every other goal that has brought you to Rome, and has made you stay, there is always this: knowing and loving Christ - as the Apostle Paul would say - trying to conform more and more to Him as far as the total gift of self.”

He also invited them to take care of their relationship with the Virgin Mary, and asked them to imitate the faith of the two little shepherds of Fatima.

This week, "Pope" Francis will be preparing for his next upcoming Apostolic trip: Fatima. He will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima. 

Leading up to the trip, he will hold his weekly General Audience on Wednesday morning. He has been doing a series on hope for several weeks now and will likely continue this theme with the pilgrims present this week. 

On Friday afternoon, the pope will depart from Fiumicino airport and go to Portugal. He will then participate in a welcome ceremony and a meeting with the President of the Republic before he visits the Fatima Stadium and prays the rosary. 

Saturday he will visit the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary and greet the bishops from Portugal before returning back home to Rome. 

Back at the Vatican on Sunday afternoon, he will lead the Regina Coeli with all the pilgrims who are gathered in St. Peter's Square.