top of page

The Fatima message consists of two elements:

Firstly - the request of Almighty God to establish in the world devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary - this devotion must be founded on reality and presumes that such devotion is justly given to the Mother of God

Secondly - involving the spiritual practices encouraged by the Angel and by Our Lady, as well as the prophetic content of the message, upon which the fate of the world depends.

Without the first dogmatic element, the practical dimension of the message of Fatima would be entirely arbitrary. To lend credence to the first part requires the Church to recognize the Mother of God as "Mediatrix of all Grace, Co-Redemptrix and Advocate" as the spiritual practice of the devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary and its fruits thereof is wrought through Mary - through the avenue of the "Mediatrix of all Grace, Co-Redemptrix and Advocate".  The proclaimation of the 5th dogma under the title: "Mediatrix of all Grace, Co-Redemptrix and Advocate" is Our Lady's ardent wish to Iveta as requested in the Batim Message in  numerous occasions. The church by recognizing this dogma would acknowledge the spiritual fruits of the "Mediatrix of all Grace, Co-Redemptrix and Advocate" the title through which Our Lady has been intervening on behalf of her children through the practice of the devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary that began with the Fatima Message 100 years ago in Fatima.

an image of charch


Let us pray that the Holy Father proclaims Our Lady as  the "Mediatrix of All Graces, Co Redemptrix and Advocate"....for she is Co-Redemptrix (with JESUS The Redeemer) and Advocate before JESUS Her Divine Son, The Divine Judge. Unto Her is given all Power, all Grace, all Gifts to bestow upon Her children, God's children who will Consecrate themselves to Her and call upon Her in each moment and decision of their lives. ".... (Message of Our Lady to Iveta is printed in italics)

In conformity with the directives of Pope Urban VIII, we have no intention of anticipating the judgement of the Holy Apostolic See and of the Church on Apparitions, reported by us, but not yet recognized; indeed, we submit to, and accept; her final decision without reservation
bottom of page