June 13, 1918 – near the Russian city of Perm, Bolsheviks murdered the first member of the Russian Imperial family, who was none other than the Grand Duke Michael, in whose favor Emperor Nicholas II abdicated the throne in the spring of 1917. Though Michael did not accept the throne, he was, according to some historians and jurists, factually the last possessor of the Russian throne. Thus the Romanov dynasty began with Michael and ended with Michael. In some sense, we can consider this as a symbolic end of the Old Russia. The Grand Duke’s remains are still not found.
The name of my lecture is: “The Fatima Epoch: Has it finished?” By “Fatima Epoch” I mean time, in which the Fatima Message and Fatima requests are still relevant and the events which have strong links to Fatima or remind us about Fatima.
There is a very special place in the Immaculate Heart of Mary for this country we call Russia. Imagine it, with her own Immaculate lips she mentioned this country by name in Her apparitions in Fatima and even in later apparitions to Sr. Lucy. Continue reading “The importance of the Fatima Centre’s historic Moscow Conference”
We publish the fifth part of speech given by Michal Semin on the conference in Russia
We publish fourth part of speech given by Michal Semin on the conference in Russia.
We publish third part of speech given by Michal Semin on the conference in Russia. Continue reading “Russia’s role in the Divine plan and what she has to gain by the consecration (part III)”
Liebe Ritter der Unbefleckten,
der Direktor der MI hat eine MI2-Gruppe – Mission für Russland gegründet, zu der Ritter gehören, die im Gebetsanliegen für die Weihe Russlands dem Unbefleckten Herzen Mariens beten wollen, den in Fatima und Tuy ausgedrückten Bitten der Muttergottes entsprechend.
We publish second part of speech given by Michal Semin on the conference in Russia
We publish speech given by Michal Semin on the conference in Russia. Michal Semin is one of authors of Te Deum magazine in Poland.
We publish excerpt from speech given by Christopher Ferrara during Conference in Moscow (November 2017).