5/20-22, Rome Life Forum: "Coronavirus in Light of Fatima"

The Rome Life Forum Online Conference is this Wednesday, May 20th through Friday, May 22nd. The theme is “Coronavirus in the Light of Fatima: A Tragedy and a Source of Hope.” The hours are roughly 12:00-2:00. The event is free. Please see link above for registration. Guest speakers include Cardinal Burke, Bishop Athanasius Schneider, John-Henry Westen and John Smeaton, among others. Some topics are: “Fatima: Heaven’s Answer to a World in Crisis,” “Divine Judgement in Human History,” and “The Eucharist, the Greatest Treasure of the Church, in Times of Tribulation.”

This conference is hosted by LifeSiteNews and Voice of the Family. From LifeSiteNews: “Speakers will focus on whether the COVID-19….could be part of the chastisement, preceding the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, that Our Blessed Mother spoke about in Fatima in 1917.” Please see link above for full article. Let us pray for the Holy Ghost to be present at this event and enlighten the minds of many!

This event starts tomorrow, but you can participate in whatever day is convenient for you. I am doing all 3-I wouldn’t miss this for the world!

Days 1 and 2 are completed. Final day is Friday! I very much recommend that you attend, or you can see all the video at any time at Rome Life Forum. These talks are quite intellectual and interesting. They get into deep and technical theology. It can be hard to follow, but just take it in and you will get the gist of it. It is well worth it. Also, some very important content is there, to contemplate at this pivotal time in human history. Please proceed with prayer and guidance by the Holy Ghost. Some of the material is difficult. If you watch, you will know what I mean.

BTW, if you have difficulty with the live-streaming, you will need to keep refreshing the page. It stagnates sometimes. And of course, if you miss something, you can always re-watch. It is very dense content. I will probably watch it all at least twice.

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