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2) On July 7 1952, Pope Pius XII consecrated the Peoples of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary by his apostolic letter Just as a few years ago We consecrated the entire human race to the Immaculate Heart of the Virgin Mary, Mother of God, so today We consecrate and in a most special manner We entrust all the peoples of Russia to this Immaculate Heart.” 3) On November 21, 1964 Pope Paul VI renews, in the presence of the Fathers of the Vatican Council but without their participation, the consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart.4) On May 13, 1982 Pope John Paul II invites the bishops of the world to join him in consecrating the world and with it Russia to the Immaculate Heart.
Lucia affirms in correspondence that the consecration of Russia “has been accomplished” and that “God will keep His word.” November 9, 1989 Fall of the Berlin Wall December 25, 1991 Dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics July 26, 2000 Third Secret of Fatima revealed by Cardinals Bertone and Ratzinger 7) On October 13, 2013, Pope Francis consecrates the world to the Immaculate Heart.If anyone knew, it was Sister Lucia – she received the message from Mary.2) The Holy See, at the revelation of the Third Secret on June 26, 2000, indicated that the consecration had been accomplished. As you can see, those that allege that Russia has not been properly consecrated must say that Sister Lucia, the recipient of Mary’s message, was either wrong, deceived, or performing some sort of mental reservation to deceive everyone on the matter.Despite these distinct consecrations of the world by Popes (one mentioning Russia), people still debate whether Russia has been specifically consecrated as per the instructions of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Fatima. 1) The Popes have not consecrated “Russia” specifically in union with the bishops.
It is granted that the world has been consecrated and that Russia belongs to the world.
She desires that our hearts be consecrated to the Sacred Heart through her Immaculate Heart. This is a quick and easy way to learn the basic philosophy and theology of Saint Thomas Aquinas.