Fatima Breakthrough! The Bishops of Ukraine Have Asked Pope Francis to Consecrate Russia!

Fatima Breakthrough! The Bishops of Ukraine Have Asked Pope Francis to Consecrate Russia!

Rome Newsroom, Mar 2, 2022 / 09:15 am (CNA).

Ukraine’s Latin Rite Catholic bishops have asked Pope Francis to consecrate Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

In a letter to the pope, the Ukrainian bishops said that they were writing “in these hours of immeasurable pain and terrible ordeal for our people” in response to many requests for the consecration.

“Responding to this prayer, we humbly ask Your Holiness to publicly perform the act of consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary of Ukraine and Russia, as requested by the Blessed Virgin in Fatima,” said the letter, published on the bishops’ website on Ash Wednesday, March 2.

“May the Mother of God, Queen of Peace, accept our prayer: Regina pacis, ora pro nobis.”

Their request came as Russian forces moved to encircle the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, where multiple blasts were reported early Wednesday morning, and troops laid siege to Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city. Click here to read more…

Editor writes…

Deo gratias – right at the start of Lent, too!  Let’s pray hard for this wonderful, faith-filled, move by the Ukrainian bishops to bear fruit very soon.

Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us!

Comments (46)

  • gabriel syme

    I thought this was great news, but sadly & unsurprisingly it does not seem to have gained any traction outside the comparatively small number of Catholics in tune with Fatima.

    Let us pray that changes!

    March 12, 2022 at 11:04 pm
  • editor

    I’ve been receiving messages to let me know that the Pope has announced he will consecrate Russia and the Ukraine on Feast of the Annunciation; however, as we all know, Our Lady didn’t ask for Ukraine to be consecrated, just Russia and that with the world’s bishops making the same consecration in union with the Pope.

    Also, I happened to see (and then clicked to watch) a Taylor Marshall video on the subject but I quickly switched off again because he was saying, repeated it and had it written on the screen beside him, that Our Lady had said the consecration would be done but it would be “too late” – that is NOT what I remember, at all. I remember reading/hearing that she said it would be done, but it would be “late”. I’m now off to double and triple check that!

    Some time later…

    I checked with our own in-house Fatima expert, Westminster Fly, and he replied as follows:

    Ooooooo! This ‘too late’ nonsense. WAF member Carlos Evaristo has repeated the same error online to fit in with the WAF agenda. I’m shocked Taylor Marshall has fallen for the same error. Firstly, it wasn’t Our Lady, it was Our Lord and it happened to Sr Lucia at Rianjo, Spain. All the answers are on here:-

    Our Lord said to Sr Lucia: “You console Me a great deal by asking Me for the conversion of those poor nations (Russia, Spain and Portugal)… Make it known to My ministers, that given they follow the example of the King of France in delaying the execution of My request, that they will follow him into misfortune. Like the King of France, they will repent and will do as I have requested, but it will be very late: (emphasis mine. Very late is different to ‘Too Late’. ‘Too late’ implies there is no point in doing the consecration). Russia will already have spread her errors throughout the world, causing wars and persecutions against the Church. The Holy Father will have much to suffer! But it will never be too late to have recourse to Jesus and Mary.” (Perhaps this is where the ‘too late’ came from, but it is not ‘too late’ for the consecration). It is also on Fatima Center: https://fatima.org/the-apparition-at-rianjo-1931/ but they say ‘late’ instead of ‘very late’. It could be a matter of translation. However, ‘late’ and ‘very late’ both mean a completely different thing to ‘too late’. Ends.

    Bingo! That is one extremely important quote to get right – I’m not quite as amazed as WF is that Taylor Marshall got this wrong – I’ve found him unreliable in a number of ways. It’s one reason why I refuse to buy his book Infiltration, which he pushes at every opportunity. That, and, of course, the fact that I’m a mean Scot 😀

    Thank you, WF. Thanks a million!

    March 15, 2022 at 7:18 pm
    • westminsterfly

      From what I’ve read it isn’t a Collegial Consecration (i.e. including the world’s bishops, which Our Lady asked for) so it won’t be valid: https://gloria.tv/post/NKc1W71oieAE3iNbiBq78nFkH It will just be Pope Francis and Cardinal Krajewski.

      March 15, 2022 at 8:32 pm
      • editor


        It does make one wonder, does it not, if these men can read. I’m no giant brain (say nothing) but I knew when I was 12 years old that the Pope in union with all the bishops of the world had to consecrate Russia, by name, to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, that it would happen but it would be late, and thereafter, Russia would be converted (to the Faith) and a period of peace would be granted to the world.

        I mean, honestly. AM I a giant brain… maybe… Is THAT it? 😀

        March 15, 2022 at 8:47 pm
  • gabriel syme

    It is sad that the Pope seems to be preparing to do another faux consecration.

    I have seen criticism (including – surprisingly – at Rorate Caeli) of people who criticise these “efforts” at the consecration, saying any consecration is good.

    A consecration is good, in and of itself, but nevertheless Our Lady asked for very specific conditions to be met and I am sure there must have been some good reason for this.

    March 17, 2022 at 11:07 pm

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