Our Lady of Rosary warned of Russia: consecrate


Our Lady of the Rosary, appearing at Fatima, Portugal, in 1917, warned of Russia spreading her errors leading to the “annihilation of nations.” Her solution, as messenger from God, was the spread of devotion to her Immaculate Heart. This was to be crowned by the bishops, led by Peter, consecrating Russia to her Immaculate Heart. This public, solemn, simultaneous consecration at all the cathedrals was given as the “only” means for a period of peace. Returning to the seer Sister Lucia in 1929, Our Lady said it was time for the consecration.

1929 saw the Russian genocide in the Ukraine as Russia seized farm products and let the heavily-Catholic “kulaks” or independent farmers in the Ukraine starve to death. Had the bishops consecrated Russia, this would have been the final affront to humanity from Russia.

Russia went on to instigate World War II by signing a non-aggression pact with Germany and Japan, hoping to pick up the pieces after they decimated each other and the world. Russia cut off natural gas supplies to the Ukraine and Eastern Europe in a price dispute that is really punishment for the Ukraine’s membership in NATO. There will be no political solution to Russia’s scourging of the Earth.

Millions have died as a result of Russia’s errors spread to create Communist nations. Russia’s other errors are equally deadly, as in building unsafe nuclear reactors like the one that brought the apocalyptic Chernobyl (literal translation: “Wormwood”) disaster that is still melting down and may still poison a large proportion of the waters of the world.

“Pray the daily Rosary for peace.” Free Rosary CD’s from the Mary Foundation can help Catholics fulfill this simple request. Pray most of all for the Bishops to unite under Peter to consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart as this is the “only” means to a period of heavenly peace.


Russia is already consecrated to Mary’s Immaculate Heart. You can read all about it here


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