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Fatima in Lucia's own Words

Author: 
Fr. Louis Kondor and Dr. Joaquin M Alonsa
CODE:
FAT1

« ... Opening the New Testament, the only book I desire to have here in front of me, in this remote corner of the attic, lit by a single skylight, to which I whithdraw whenever I can, in order to escape, as far as possible, from all human eyes. My lap serves as a table, and an old trunk as a chair... In St. Paul's letter to the Philippians, I read: «Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus... He humbled Himself, becoming obedient unto death... It is God who works in you to will and to accomplish, according to His good will. l need no more than this: obedience and abandonment to God who works within me. I am truly no more than a poor and miserable instrument which He desires to use, and in a little while, like the painter who' casts his now useless brush into the fire so that it may be reduced to ashes, the Divine Artist will Himself reduce His now useless instrument to the ashes of the tomb, until the great day of the eternal Alleluias. And I ardently desire that day, for the tomb does not annihilate everything, and the happiness of eternal and infinite love begins nowl.» (Sister Lucia's Memoirs)

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Product Dimensions: 
20 × 14 × 1.3 cm
Number of Pages: 
206
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