Sr. Lucia and the Ground Zero War Against Family

National Catholic Register.: “At Fatima 100 years ago, “God chose to conclude the Message in Fatima, in October 1917, with three further apparitions which I regard as three more calls placed before us,” wrote Sister Lucia in her book, “CALLS” From the Message of Fatima. She and her two saintly cousins saw them as “significant apparitions.”

“Focusing on the first as the apparition of the Holy Family — Our Lady, and the Child Jesus in the arms of St. Joseph, blessing the people — Lucia wrote: “In times such as the present, when the family often seems misunderstood in the form in which it was established by God, and is assailed by doctrines that are erroneous and contrary to the purposes for which the Divine Creator instituted it, surely God wished to address to us a reminder of the purpose for which He established the family in the world?”

“Remember, she said this in the later 1990s. Long before, in 1981 she wrote in a letter to Cardinal Carlo Caffara a dire warning he revealed in 2008 and which we see rapidly unfolding in the world:

The final battle between the Lord and the kingdom of Satan will be about Marriage and the Family. Don’t be afraid…because whoever works for the sanctity of Marriage and the Family will always be fought against and opposed in every way, because this is the decisive issue.” She ended saying, “nevertheless, Our Lady has already crushed his head.” [Emphasis added] —- More

An Important Talk on the Spiritual War Against Family. Peter Herbeck, Renewal Ministries.

Isaiah 1: 18-20

“Come now, let us reason together,
    says the Lord:
though your sins be like scarlet,
    they shall be as white as snow;
though they are red like crimson,
    they shall become like wool.
19 If you are willing and obedient,
    you shall eat the good of the land;
20 but if you refuse and rebel,
    you shall be devoured by the sword;
    for the mouth of the Lord has spoken.”

“No soul can be lost by following the simple and well-beaten path of ordinary devotion and prayer.” — Msgr. Robert Hugh Benson