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Warning. Summary Apparitions. Garabandal Miracle. Summary

Garabandal. Russia

Russia will be converted

On July 20, 1963 Conchita left the Church saying that she had had an intimate conversation with Our Lord. Priest asked her to relate the circumstances in writing.

Then the girl took a piece of paper and a pencil, and wrote these lines spontaneously with great ease.

I was making my thanksgiving and praying for things. He answered me…
‹…›
And I said to Him:
— Why is the miracle coming? To convert many people?
He answered:
To convert the whole world.
─ Will Russia be converted?
It also will be converted, and so everyone will love Our Hearts.

Garabandal — continuation of Fatima

If Conchita cannot say anything, I think that we can certainly say something. Lucy, the sole survivor of Fatima, lived 21 years in Spain as a religious, staying alternately in Tuy and Pontevedra. She was in Spain from 1925 until 1946. During this time she had frequent conversations with the bishop of Tuy ─ Vigo who later went on to be archbishop of Valladolid: Bishop Antonio García.

While archbishop in the beginning of 1943, Bishop Antonio received three statements from Lucy on what God wished and asked “from the bishops of Spain” for the welfare of their own and other nations.

The third statement made at Tuy on February 28th is the most extensive and contains a very clear paragraph:

“If the bishops of Spain listen to the desires already manifested by Our Lord, and begin a true reform of the people and clergy, then it will go well. But if not, she (Russia) will again be the enemy by which God will punish her once more.”

Eusebio García de Pesquera
She Went in Haste to the Mountain
Book 2. Chapter 7. p.186

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