World Meeting of Families in Ireland - Aug 21-26 Event Info

The Human Cost of Ignoring Our Lady of Fatima

List of Countries Enslaved and Scourged
by Atheistic Communism

Country

Present-Day
Population (1984)

Since

Russia

268,000,000

1917

Latvia

1,951,000

1940

Estonia

1,122,000

1940

Lithuania

2,957,000

1944

Albania

2,019,000

1945

Yugoslavia

22,520,000

1945

Poland

32,207,000

1947

Bulgaria

8,370,000

1947

Romania

22,460,000

1947

Czechoslovakia

14,362,000

1948

North Korea

13,100,000

1948

China

988,927,000

1949

East Germany

16,100,000

1949

Hungary

10,284,000

1949

Tibet

1,200,000

1953

Outer Mongolia

1,174,000

1953

North Vietnam

17,800,000

1954

Cuba

8,074,000

1959

South Vietnam

20,000,000

1975

Cambodia

6,557,000

1975

Laos

2,825,000

1975

South Yemen

2,000,000

Angola

8,000,000

Mozambique

10,000,000

Ethiopia

31,000,000

Afghanistan

22,000,000

1980

Nicaragua

2,820,000

1980

Total Enslaved

1,537,829,000

 
Do We Want To Be Enslaved?
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Between 1917 and 1931 “the Russian Communist Government carried on a systematic decimation of the Catholic Church existing within the confines of pre-Soviet Russia, destroying within a time span of a little over 13 years 5 dioceses, 681 parishes and 980 churches; in the process a total of 13 bishops, 912 priests and approximately 1,600,000 of the faithful were arrested, scattered or deported” (The Silent Church, Gussoni and Brunello, Veritas Publishers, 1954; p. 15.) An accurate assessment of the situation in Russia today is not possible.

A study made by a team of research specialists for the Judiciary Committee of the US House of Representatives and released late in 1964, reported: “The fate of the Catholic Church in the USSR and countries occupied by the Russians from 1917 to 1959 shows the following: (a) the number killed: 55 bishops; 12,800 priests and monks; 2.5 million Catholic believers; (b) Imprisoned or deported: 199 bishops; 32,000 priests and 10 million believers; (c) 15,700 priests were forced to abandon their priesthood and accept other jobs; and (d) 8,334 theological seminaries were dissolved; 1,600 monasteries were nationalized, 31,779 churches were closed, 400 newspapers were prohibited, and all Catholic organizations were dissolved.”

Lenin in 7 years was responsible for 20 million corpses.
Stalin in 29 years was responsible for 46 million corpses.
Mao and Communists in China were responsible for 70 million corpses.

Our Lady of Fatima in 1917 predicted the rise and spread of Atheistic Communism starting in Russia.

— If only we had listened to Her, then 1,537,829,000 enslaved people today would be free.

— If only we had listened to Her, billions of dollars of your taxes would not now be spent on defense budgets.

— If only we had listened to Her, over 130 million people murdered in Communist states by the Communists would not have had to suffer violent deaths.

We cannot continue to ignore Our Lady of Fatima’s commands, otherwise soon the whole world will be enslaved and scourged by Russian Communism and various nations will be annihilated.

When enough people listen to Our Lady then the Pope and Bishops will consecrate Russia as She commanded, Russia will be converted, the enslaved freed, and peace given to the world.

— Can we continue to pay this human cost of disobedience to God?

Do we need to be enslaved before we accept Our Lady of Fatima’s advice to us?

Pray the Rosary every day.

Can’t You Hear Their Cries? — This was the title of a letter in which Cardinal Joseph Höffner of Cologne lashed out at Communist persecution of Christians. He said: “I am not talking about the violation of human rights in general, but about the persecution of Christians.” Noting hardships inflicted on Catholics by Communist regimes in Europe, Asia and parts of Africa, he said:

“It is significant that those states which persecute Christianity never give figures on how many priests and believers are killed, how many churches are closed or destroyed, and how many are prevented from studying for the priesthood … Our age, notwithstanding the talk of progress and civilization, is more stained with martyrs’ blood than any other in human history.”