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     Attached to chapter one—as you know—is the story of Garabandal, which in the author's opinion and careful study, though not as spectacular in scope as Fatima, shows a provision that it is worthy of study.  It takes you back to the 1960s.    As realized, in chapter 1, several periodicals and books have been utilized, such as Expresso, O Século, Truth and Tolerance, Publico, in order to provide you with information pertinent to the story of Fatima and what took place beyond May of 1917.   One aspect in our journey covers our modern age, and in this modern time occurred the story of Garabandal.  

      A periodical worthwhile to read is Garabandal Journal, which may be ordered at this address. Why the appearances were thrust upon four children, of whom knew very little about the outside world, knew nothing about the goings on in the Vatican, lived a life of humble beginnings leaves one to ponder infinitely.  But, they knew the importance of praying the rosary, something that if one is not Catholic, seems despairingly only-a-Catholic thing.  It is interesting to notate here, that one subtheme of Garabandal were the wishes the Lady had about prayer.  She made them recite the rosary during every apparition, and went so far as to show them how to recite it daily.  In this article that appeared May 29, 2020, one learns what happened to Mari Cruz on an August 8th.  This feature is a way to combat sin, of which is internal to demons and Lucifer... and it is yours for life.

     Not everyone is Catholic, and no one is forcing you to pray the rosary, but, paradoxically, it is never too late to start.



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