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Fatima for Today: The Urgent Marian Message of Hope Paperback – July 6, 2012
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Fr. Andrew Apostoli, C.F.R., a founding member of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, has been teaching and preaching retreats and parish missions for several decades. He is considered one of the world's foremost experts on the apparitions at Fatima. He is the author of numerous books, including Following Mary to Jesus and Walk Humbly With Your God. Fr. Apostoli is the vice-postulator for the cause for the canonization of Archbishop Fulton Sheen. A frequent host on EWTN television, he hosted the TV special "Our Lady of Fatima and the First Saturday Devotion".
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The book includes a description of the lives of the three young visionaries, life and the political situation in Portugal at the time, the content of the apparitions, and the revealing of the message. It includes ample explanation of the belief that the conditions for the consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary have been properly met, in light of continued objections from some that they have not.
Fr. Apostoli includes the plea, made several times, to complete the "Five First Fridays" and to live in a way that we will be witnesses and instruments of the grace of God to transform the world. There is also an interesting and provocative reflection on the apparitions and the possibility that they can promote Catholic-Muslim dialogue.
The book is just 284 pages long, with almost 50 of those pages being appendixes which add further detail to parts of the book, including a response to the criticism that the consecration of Russia (as called for by the apparitions) made by Pope John Paul II is not adequate.