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Transformative Travel: In Search of Mary and Miracles

For most of us, the word “Fatima” conjures up images of three shepherd children who, while praying the rosary in a field in central Portugal on May 13, 1917, saw a vision of the Virgin Mary. Awed by the bright light of the Holy Mother, the children listened to her words of wisdom, retained her secret messages, and committed to visiting her at the same spot on the thirteenth day of the following five consecutive months. She promised them that she would perform a miracle on October 13, and, according to believers, she delivered. Purportedly, up to 70,000 people saw a whirling, fiery disk in the sky and knew the magic was a sign from Our Lady of Fatima.The children — Jacinta, Francisco, and Lucia — devoted their lives to Mary and to spreading her message of love. At first, they were criticized, dismissed, and even jailed and accused of being liars, but ultimately, after the group vision in Fatima, they were recognized as seers and became icons of innocent virtue to millions of Catholics worldwide. Jacinta and Francisco died young. Lucia passed away only a few years ago, and she stuck to her original story …

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