Mother Mary said at Fatima: "My Immaculate Heart will be your refuge and the sure way which will lead you to God." St. Thomas Aquinas said: "The things we love tell us who we are!" With that in mind, I will try to post each day something about Our Blessed Lady, items about the Holy Roman Catholic Church, and public domain Catholic books too! I pray you enjoy my ministry!
Below are two albums of pictures that I created:
1. Our grand daughter Adrianna.
2. Tears of Mary!
MARY, OUR MOTHER
Saturday, February 20, 2016
I am not complaining anymore! Our Lady told me that she will come for me
February 20 – Madonna dei Campiveri (Italy, 1862) - Jacinthe Marto,
seer of Fatima (d. 1920) – 7th apparition of Banneux (Belgium)
* “I am not complaining anymore! Our Lady told me that she will come for
20 – Madonna dei Campiveri (Italy, 1862) - Jacinthe Marto, seer of
Fatima (d. 1920) – 7th apparition of Banneux (Belgium)
“I am not complaining anymore! Our Lady told me that she will come for me”
Marto, one of the three young children to whom the Virgin Mary appeared
in Fatima (Portugal), had been ill since December 1918. She had surgery
on February 10, 1920, and suffered a lot after that. The sharp pain
came back every time the bandage was changed. Her groan was, "Ouch!
ouch! ... O Our Lady!" She said to Jesus, "You can convert many sinners,
because I suffer so much!"
Some days later, the Virgin Mary came to the hospital, at the foot of
her bed, to comfort the girl, telling her that soon she would come and
take her to Heaven. From that moment, Jacinta no longer showed signs of
suffering. She confided to Mother Godinho: "I am not complaining
anymore! Our Lady said that she will come for me, and that she is
already taking away all my sufferings. "
The doctor confirmed that the pain of his little patient had disappeared
and that she could pass the time pleasantly by looking at holy
pictures, including one of Our Lady of Sameiro, the famous shrine of the
Immaculate Conception near Braga. The child said it was one that
reminded her most of the Virgin who appeared to her. On February 20,
1920, around 10:30 pm, little Jacinta died quietly, in the odor of