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Anyone got some good book recommendations on Fatima?  Either, the history of it itself, or of commentators (good ones!), or ... well, anything!  Smile

Thanks.
There are free books you can read for free on line and there are videos to watch for free also.

http://www.fatima.org/

tim
(08-17-2010, 07:03 PM)CollegeCatholic Wrote: [ -> ]Anyone got some good book recommendations on Fatima?  Either, the history of it itself, or of commentators (good ones!), or ... well, anything!  Smile

Thanks.


The Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary publish a magazine called "Housetops".  In the latest quarterly issue, there is a story about the miracle at Fatima.  They have a website.
(08-17-2010, 07:03 PM)CollegeCatholic Wrote: [ -> ]Anyone got some good book recommendations on Fatima?  Either, the history of it itself, or of commentators (good ones!), or ... well, anything!  Smile

Thanks.

I think this is a good book: http://www.amazon.com/Woman-Clothed-Sun-...733&sr=8-1

(08-17-2010, 07:03 PM)CollegeCatholic Wrote: [ -> ]Anyone got some good book recommendations on Fatima?  Either, the history of it itself, or of commentators (good ones!), or ... well, anything!  SmileThanks.

One of the best books on Fatima is the one written by Sister Lucia back in the 1940's, or thereabouts, entitled "Fatima In Lucia's Own Words."  This is not the latest book that is alleged to be written by her; it's the older book.  Try to get the older version (of the older book).  It's number 7 at the link. 

You'll find a lot of details that are generally left out of stories of the Fatima events, e.g., the numerous appearances of Our Lady after the end of the public apparitions, Jacinta's vision of the pope, the appearance of the devil to Francisco, the hint at the third part of the secret, et cetera.


http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&keyword...3kswx409_b
Excellent.  Thank you all.  Smile
I'm fond of The Story of Fatima. I found it to be pretty comprehensive.

It's available for free on EWTN's website.
Read the Devil's Final Battle, on the website Timoose posted above.
It is a great book relating Fatima to the current crisis in the Church.
"Our Lady of Fatima" by William Thomas Walsh is the best.  Sadly; since my 1st copy decades ago; some omissions occur in recent copies.

Dominus vobiscum,

dav
"The True Story of Fatima" is also a great read on the happenings at Fatima.
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