Fatima and Akita: The Third Secret


Oh my Jesus, forgive me my sins and save me from the fires of hell. Bring all souls to heaven, especially those most in need of your mercy.

Our Lady specifically asked at Fatima that we insert this prayer into each decade when we pray the Rosary.

These are the other prayers we were taught at Fatima:

Pardon Prayer
My God, I believe, I adore, I trust and I love you. I beg pardon for those who do not believe, do not adore, do not trust and do not love you.

When we offer something to God
Oh my Jesus, it is for love of you, in reparation for the offenses committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and for the conversion of poor sinners.

When we pray before the Blessed Sacrament
Most Holy Trinity, I adore you! My God, my God, I adore you in the most blessed Sacrament.

The Angel’s Prayer
With the Blessed Sacrament suspended in mid-air, the Angel of Fatima prostrated himself and prayed,

Most Holy Trinity — Father, Son and Holy Spirit — I adore you profoundly. I offer you the most Precious Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ — present in all the tabernacles of the world — in reparation for the outrages, sacrileges and indifference by which He is offended. By the infinite merits of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I beg the conversion of poor sinners.

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  • http://ashesfromburntroses.blogspot.com/ Manny

    Very nice. Thanks. By the way, I gave you a hat tip for that Divine Mercy Chaplet video you posted last week. I also posted it.

    http://ashesfromburntroses.blogspot.com/2013/09/faith-filled-friday-divine-mercy-chaplet.html

    • hamiltonr

      Thank you.

  • Dave

    Yes, there is reason to believe that the Akita message is very similar to the 3rd secret of Fatima. Much prayer continues to be needed. Thanks for posting this.

    In regards to Fatima, few know about a message that Sister Lucia received from Jesus in 1931 regarding the consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary that had been requested at Fatima, Jesus said, “They did not wish to heed My request! … Like the King of France they will repent of it, and they will do it, but it will be late. Russia will have already spread its errors in the world, provoking wars and persecutions against the Church. The Holy Father will have much to suffer.”

    Our Lord was here making an explicit reference to the requests of the Sacred Heart given through Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque on June 17, 1689 to the King of France. As a result of the refusal of King Louis XIV – as well as the refusal of both his son and grandson, King Louis XV and King Louis XVI – to publicly consecrate France to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, as was requested by Heaven by means of a recognized French Saint of that time, the Protestant and Masonic Counter-Church successfully carried out the great upheaval of the French Revolution.

    On June 17, 1789, (the Feast of the Sacred Heart) exactly one hundred years to the day from when Saint Margaret Mary had written down the great designs of Heaven for the King, the Third Estate rose up and proclaimed itself a National Assembly, stripping King Louis XVI of his legislative power.

    So that happened EXACTLY 100 years later. 100 years since Fatima is in 2017. I think we better get busy following the requests that Mary made at Fatima!

    • Bill S

      I don’t think Catholics are required to believe in Marian apparitions. I don’t. I personally believe that the Fatima apparitions in particular can be attributed to the mental state of Lucy. The whole thing is too much. I don’t believe in a God who acts on that manner.

      • Dave

        Bill, how can you say that when the miracle that Lucy and the other two children predicted for Oct. 13, 1917 happened just as predicted, and somewhere between 50 and 100 thousand people were witness to it?

        You are right, though, that Catholics are not required to believe in Marian apparitions.

        • Bill S

          I go on the belief that there is a natural explanation for everything whether it is known or unknown. Proof to the contrary does not exist.

          • Dave

            “I go on the belief that there is a natural explanation for everything.” That may or may not be true, but I contend that, even if the event that happened that day has a natural explanation, it was still a miracle because of the timing of the event.

            • Bill S

              I have experienced inexplicable events and know of many seemingly miraculous occurrences that would appear to have supernatural causes. Miracles used to canonize saints fall in that category. But I hesitate to say that the supernatural is the only explanation.

              • hamiltonr

                Bill, what does God have to do, part the Red Sea for you?

                • Bill S

                  I’ve been working on my worldview for a couple of years now. It is like the Bridge over the River Kwai.

                  • hamiltonr

                    I’ve said it before: You are much too hard on yourself Bill. Just trust Jesus, put your foot down, and slide.

            • FW Ken

              The essential feature of a miracle not that it’s supernatural, but that it is a sign of the Kingdom of God breaking into the world. It may be “supernatural” as well, or at least unexplainable. As I understand it, healings such as occur at Lourdes are investigated for a natural explanation. Lacking one, it’s declared miraculous, although I suppose unexplained is an adequate term.


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