Fatima. Third Secret. Two parts
Interview of Father Schweigl with Lucia
In 1952 Father Schweigl went to Portugal. In a letter to the Council Fathers, Father Schweigl writes that on March 27, 1952 he had received permission from Pope to speak with Sister Lucia «about 31 questions concerning the conversion of Russia». On September 2, 1952 he had conversed with Sister Lucia about Messages of Our Lady of Fatima.
Although the Holy Office did not authorize the publication of this interrogation, on his return to the Russicum Father Schweigl confided this to one of his colleagues who questioned him on the Secret:
“I cannot reveal anything of what I learned at Fatima concerning the third Secret, but I can say that it has two parts: one concerns the Pope. The other, logically — although I must say nothing — would have to be the continuation of the words: In Portugal the dogma of the Faith will always be preserved.”
 Frere Michel de la Sainte Trinite, The Whole Truth About Fatima,
Interview of Solideo Paolini with archbishop Capovilla
Archbishop Loris Francesco Capovilla was living in retirement in Sotto il Monte. He was the personal Secretary of Pope John XXIII, the first Pope who opened the envelope containing the Third Secret of Fatima. When Pope John XXIII opened the envelope, Archbishop Capovilla was present, and he wrote on the outside of the envelope the judgment given by John XXIII about the Third Secret.
Солидео поехал к нему в Сотто-иль-Монте, чтобы взять интервью. Каповилла, встретив журналиста, поговорил с ним в общем, на конкретные вопросы отвечать отказался, но попросил прислать ему эти вопросы почтой в письменном виде.
Вернувшись домой в субботу, 8 июля 2006 года, Солидео, в тот же день, послал список вопросов архиепископу. Через десять дней, 18 июля 2006 года, от архиепископа по почте пришел конверт с ответами. Прочтя ответы и желая их дальнейшего уточнения, Солидео, в этот же день, в 6:45 вечера, позвонил Лорису Каповилле.
When he [Archbishop Capovilla] sent me his answers [by mail to questions I had sent to him], I called him on the phone, and he gave me the answer to a question of mine which literally was: “So, Your Excellency, as regards the two dates in which Pope Paul VI (would have) read the Third Secret, March 27th 1965 and June 27th 1963, which are confirmed by different sources, are they both correct because, in fact, there exists two texts regarding the Third Secret?” I asked him this point-blank. He remained silent for a moment, thinking about it, and then he said to me, literally: “Precisely so (Per l’appunto)”.
 Antonio Socci. The Fourth Secret of Fatima. — Loreto Publications, 2009. — ISBN 978-1-930278-77-6