The Promise of Fatima: One Hundred Years of History, Mystery and Faith

The Promise of Fatima: One Hundred Years of History, Mystery and Faith

Paul F. Caranci / Nov 19, 2019

The Promise of Fatima One Hundred Years of History Mystery and Faith It was and the world was about to change forever Great nations were declaring war against other nations Bosnian rebels were plotting the overthrow of the Serbian government Foreign leaders were

  • Title: The Promise of Fatima: One Hundred Years of History, Mystery and Faith
  • Author: Paul F. Caranci
  • ISBN: 9781946300249
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Paperback
  • It was 1917, and the world was about to change forever Great nations were declaring war against other nations Bosnian rebels were plotting the overthrow of the Serbian government Foreign leaders were regular targets of assassination Religious freedom was under attack The Catholic faith was being oppressed World order hung in the balance And against this hostileIt was 1917, and the world was about to change forever Great nations were declaring war against other nations Bosnian rebels were plotting the overthrow of the Serbian government Foreign leaders were regular targets of assassination Religious freedom was under attack The Catholic faith was being oppressed World order hung in the balance And against this hostile backdrop, three humble shepherd children were witness to a series of improbable visions that were destined to change the world.Near the majestic fields of Cova da Iria, in a pasture owned by the dos Santos family near the village of Fatima, Portugal, a woman who shone brilliant than the sun, simply and dramatically appeared For six consecutive months, the woman, who identified herself only as Our Lady of the Rosary, would reveal messages so poignant and urgent that this extraordinary occurrence has grown into a worldwide devotion that continue to thrive to this very day.Now, with the perspective of one hundred years of history and controversy, historian Paul F Caranci retells the story presenting a unique hour by hour, day by day account of the events surrounding the appearance as they unfolded And he describes how through it all, the message of Fatima has created enormous change in the hearts of many, a change that is needed in everyone if the peace foretold and promised by Our Lady of the Rosary is to be realized.

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    About "Paul F. Caranci"

      • Paul F. Caranci

        Paul F Caranci is a third generation resident of North Providence and has been a student of history for many years Together with his wife Margie he founded the Municipal Heritage Group in 2009 He formerly served on the Board of Directors of the Heritage Harbor Museum and the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame Paul served as Rhode Island s Deputy Secretary of State from 2007 to 2015 and was elected to the North Providence Town Council where he served from 1994 to 2010 He has a BA in political science from Providence College and is working toward an MPA from Roger Williams University He has two children, Heather and Matthew and four grandchildren, Matthew, Jacob, Vincent and Casey Paul has published a total of seven books, two by The History Press, including The Hanging Redemption of John Gordon which chronicles the 1843 murder of RI industrialist Amasa Sprague, the subsequent arrest of an entire family of Irish Catholic immigrants, the corrupt trial proceedings, and the conviction, execution and ultimate pardon of 29 year old John Gordon, the last man executed in Rhode Island This book was named by the Providence Journal book reviewers as one of the top 5 non fiction books of 2013 Paul has written two other books on political corruption in Rhode Island published by Stillwater River Publications The first, Scoundrels, breaks new ground by redefining political corruption and reviews several 20th Century RI corruption scandals This book won the prestigious Dorry Award as the 2016 non fiction book of the year The second focuses on a local corruption scandal in which Paul worked undercover with the FBI for almost two 17 months resulting in the arrest and conviction of three sitting councilmen, a former council president, a former town solicitor and several others That book is now available on and is in many bookstores.


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