Dear Fellow Forumners,
During his last eartly visit to Fatima, (for the beatification of the little shepherds) **John Paul II **left us with this final fatherly warning: *"The message of Fátima is a call to conversion, alerting humanity to have nothing to do with the ‘dragon’ whose ‘tail swept down a third of the stars of heaven, and cast them to the earth’" * (Fatima May 13, 2000)
This was his final message from Fatima, a mystery he understood very well. Are we taking him seriously?
One quick look at our current TV guide reflects how seriously our culture is responding to the warning. Our children no longer watch Bambi on the tube but:
Some animated popular movies, now portray a dragon as a cute non threatenning talking pet, making our children learn to love them. Our American teenage culture has fallen in love with the oriental art of combat which glorifies the use of clothing and paraphernalia with the image of the dragon.
Could this lead to something spiritually dangerous for our culture?
Are we taking the Pope’s final message from Fatima “alerting humanity” seriously?
To Jesus through Mary