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Our Lady Smiles

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Uploaded by Our Lady of the Angels Homeschool on Feb 19, 2009

This is a picture cd my husband Eric set to the music of the Ave Maria of photos taken of the Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima, which came to our home in Sept. of 2008. Our 11-year-old son took these pictures with my cell phone. At first, I did not notice the details of the pictures, then, two months later, when going through the pictures one by one, I looked closer at them and noticed from one picture to another a difference in the statue's appearance as seeming real, as if the Blessed Mother was standing before you. With this visit of the Pilgrim Virgin statue, and the experience of the pictures appearing real and not just statuesque, My heart is on fire with the Fatima story and message and I want to share it with everyone who will hear! I believe the Blessed Mother's message is that she is present with us when we pray, (especially the Rosary) and that we need to look into her special promises for us given at Fatima about the Five First Saturdays Devotion because it concerns our salvation!


Fatima Pilgrim Virgin Statue

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