Holy Waters And Their Miracles Of Healing
The untold history of a holy water healed woman called Fatima will be covered in this video. Following the final apparitions at Fatima, healing miracles became more numerous. The straightforward tools employed in bringing them about amazed quite a few people and broke down scoffers and atheists, turning them into believers. The majority of the early ones have been lost in the last 100 years of Fatima. But Father John de Marchi describes a few of them in his well-known book from the middle of the 20th century, The True Story of Fatima.
It’s important to note that Father de Marchi conducted study and wrote while residing in Fatima from 1943 to 1950 before we look at a few. He established a seminary there afterwards. He had the opportunity to speak for many hours over several days with the most significant witnesses about what they saw and felt both during and after the paranormal events of 1917.
He naturally spent a lot of time with Manuel Pedro Marto, also known as Ti Marto, and his wife Olimpia, the parents of Sts. Jacinta and Francisco. with the sisters of Lucia. with so many followers of Fatima. Along with Maria Carreira, also referred to as Maria da Capelinha or Mary of the Chapel, who served as the caretaker of the chapel where the apparitions took place as well as the original statue of Our Lady of Fatima erected there.
She is referred to by Father de Marchi as “one of my most valuable assistants.” The Chapel of the Apparitions’ sacristan, John, was her other child. In order to cap it all off, Father de Marchi assures us that Lucia, who was already a Carmelite nun at the time, “checked for veracity and perfect detail” on everything. Since she was a Dorothean Sister, Lucia and Father de Marchi have been close friends and acquaintances. There is not the slightest doubt about the miracles they saw and recounted when you combine all these reliable witnesses.