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Fatima Home Visits

“God bless you and everyone at America Needs Fatima. I wanted to write and share a very special blessing with all of you. I have a very dear nephew; he and his wife have been blessed with the gift of a new baby girl. The reason this is so very extra special is because a year ago they were expecting twins, but sadly, they lost them to a miscarriage.

“In August 2019, we received the visit of the Pilgrim Virgin Statue in our home. That day, I entrusted my nephew and his wife to Our Lady of Fatima. I prayed for Her intercession on their behalf that they would become parents again. Thanks be to Our Blessed Mother, my nephew and his wife became parents 9 months after that exact visit with Our Lady’s statue! Their little girl was born May 3, 2020 — the month of Mary, and the month of the first apparition of Our Lady of Fatima.

“This makes it much more meaningful and special. Thank you for all the work you do, also! And thank you for taking the time to read my letter. Blessings and graces to you all!” — L. O., Brawley, California


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Crusade Magazine

“Be not surprised; I am most serious in what I write. From August of 2019 until May of 2020, I had been through a cycle of accidents, falling very painfully, hospitalized and attracting a sickness of the heart which had made me so dizzy that was not able to stand without falling.

“But in May of 2020, something happened. I opened an edition of your Crusade Magazine and I found an article on St. José Luis Sánchez del Río, the young Mexican boy who joined the Cristeros and was martyred for his Faith.

“I started praying and asking the young saint to heal my heart so I could go to church again. Robert, St. Jose has made my heart healthy! I thank God and His young saint so much for the grace and beauty offered to me. Holy Mother of God, stay with me!” — K. D., Ocala, Florida


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Calendars, Rosaries, Books


“The calendar is beautiful, but then, you had a beautiful Lady to work with!” — H.L., Blue Rapids, Kansas


 Saint Therese Book"I’m not sure you will read this. It is Sunday and I just arrived home from Mass. I usually open my mailbox the day after my mail has arrived. When I opened your package, I was touched and excited. I had JUST asked God to send me a Saint to help me reach the Kingdom of Heaven, and here you send me, out-of-the-blue, a book on the Little Flower, St. Therese of the Child Jesus! Thank God for the ministry of A.N.F. I will die a poor man, but I am prayer-rich, and I promise to keep you in my prayers.” — J.A., Waltham, Massachusetts


“I’ve recently been ill with pneumonia and other illnesses. These materials you sent me have been very helpful during my illness and the current global virus. Please know that I will continue to pray for you as well as the world for Our Lady’s continued help, guidance, and love.” — R.F., Carbon Cliffs, Illinois


“Thank you for my Green Hope Rosary. It is very special. I have my old special rosary that I always use because it fits my hands better than the little ones. This “Hope” rosary is the perfect size, and I’m going to use it instead from now on. Your accompanying letter was so inspirational – it set me on fire. I say my rosary as often as I can but after reading your letter, I have the inspiration to pray it every day! I cannot begin to tell you how much your gift rosary means to me. I have your letter in a special place on my desk so I can read and re-read it. Thank you so much and may God and Mother Mary bless you over and over again. P.S. My wife is a fallen away Catholic. But she occasionally says her rosary. Would you please send her the same package as mine? Thanks a bunch.” — R.W., Plano, Texas


“Thank you for your love and crusade for Mary’s Rosary. My husband Otto – a supporter of yours – has since passed away, and I am living in a nursing home. Our group of Catholics here pray the Rosary together every Friday. We’re a group of 10 or so. The rosaries you’ve sent, I’ve given to some of the residents here and also some other people. Otto and I went to a Catholic High School and married right after graduation. Our marriage lasted 63 years, had 7 births, one of our little ones died one week after birth. The loving Lord has given me six living children though, who support my needs. 20 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. With my prayers and love to you all…” — P.W., Saint Paul, Minnesota


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Sacred Heart of Jesus Photo & Novena Prayer Card


Sacred Heart of Jesus Consecration and Photo“Please rush 10 more sets of your beautiful Sacred heart photos and Consecration forms to His Sacred Heart that you sent out earlier this year! These will be given to family, friends, Priests and deacons at our parish. They are beautiful and MUST be spread ASAP! God Bless!” — J. S., Sebastian, Florida


“I was feeling very low and then you sent me the picture of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in the mail. It was a version I’d never seen before, and it made me feel better as soon as I saw it.” — K. D., Highland, California


“The picture is up on the wall of my living room. It brings me peace and comfort. Thank you!” — J. B., Dayton, Ohio

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Quote of the day

DAILY QUOTE for August 3, 2021

Jesus who cannot suffer long to keep you in affliction will...

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August 3


Jesus who cannot suffer long to keep you in affliction
will come to relieve and comfort you
by infusing fresh courage into your soul.

St. Padre Pio of Pietrelcina

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Saint of the day


St. Waltheof of Melrose

He strove so greatly for perfection that his confessors ofte...

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St. Waltheof of Melrose

Waltheof was born of English nobility. The son of Simon, the Earl of Huntingdon, and Maud, the grand-niece of William the Conqueror, he was also the grandson of Saint Waldef of Northumbria. As a child, Waltheof felt drawn to churches and the religious life. Following his father's death, he, and his mother and brother moved to Scotland where Maud married King David I. As part of the royal court, he was educated and became a spiritual student of St. Aelred.

Following his long-held inclination to contemplation and desiring to dedicate himself entirely to God, Waltheof left Scotland and traveled to Yorkshire to join the Augustinian Canons at the monastery at Nostell. He was soon chosen as prior, and led the monks in a more austere rule. Some time later, Waltheof left Nostell for the more austere life of the Cistercian monks.
Four years after receiving the Cistercian habit, he was nominated as abbot of Melrose, a newly established monastery. Then, in 1154, he was chosen as the new Archbishop of St. Andrews, but in his humility, he begged St. Aelred to oppose the election and not oblige him to accept.

Waltheof died in 1160 of old age. It has been said that he strove so greatly for perfection, that his confessors often found him irksome.

Weekly Story


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The Virgin Mary Rewards a Bandit

In the days of yore, when travel must be had on foot or by horse, many were the dangers to be found along the roadways. Bandits plagued travelers and made their living by depriving others of their goods and often their very lives.

A young woman in the Papal States, who was very devout towards Mary, met in a certain place a chief of the bandits. Fearing some outrage, she implored him, for love of the most holy Virgin, not to molest her.

"Do not fear," he answered, "for you have prayed me in the name of the mother of God; and I only ask you to recommend me to her." Moved by the woman’s mention of the Blessed Virgin, the bandit accompanied her himself along the road to a place of safety.

The following night, Mary appeared in a dream to the bandit. She thanked him for the act of kindness he had performed for love of her. Mary went on to say that she would remember it and would one day reward him.

The robber, at length, was arrested, and condemned to death. But behold, the night previous to his execution, the blessed Virgin visited him again in a dream, and first asked him: "Do you know who I am?"

He answered, "It seems to me I have seen you before."

"I am the Virgin Mary," she continued, "and I have come to reward you for what you have done for me. You will die tomorrow, but you will die with so much contrition that you will come at once to paradise."

The convict awoke, and felt such contrition for his sins that he began to weep bitterly, all the while giving thanks aloud to our Blessed Lady. He asked immediately for a priest, to whom he made his confession with many tears, relating the vision he had seen. Finally, he asked the priest to make public this grace that had been bestowed on him by Mary.

He went joyfully to his execution, after which, as it is related, his countenance was so peaceful and so happy that all who saw him believed that the promise of the heavenly mother had been fulfilled.

From the Glories of Mary, by St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori.

In the days of yore, when travel must be had on foot or by horse, many were the dangers to be found along the roadways.