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Website Review: Fatima Network

A review based on: http://www.fatima.org

Description

This site is devoted to promoting the message of Fatima, particularly from the viewpoint of Fr. Nicholas Gruner, and to promoting The Fatima Crusader. While the site does present some useful information regarding the apparition, we have to advise extreme caution. The Fatima Network, and its website, is headed by Fr. Nicholas Gruner. Fr. Gruner has been suspended from priestly ministry and does not have ecclesiastical approval of his activities. Gruner has been in conflict with Church authorities for over 20 years because of his insistence that the Fatima message has gone unheeded. He has rejected the assurances of both Pope John Paul II and Sister Lucia, the surviving Fatima seer, that the directive of the Virgin Mary has been fulfilled, and Russia has been consecrated to her Immaculate Heart.

See "Canon Law and Fr. Gruner's Suspension a divinis" by Peter John Vere, JCL/M.

Review Ratings what do these ratings mean?

First Evaluated: 08/06/1997; Last Updated: 11/26/2013

  1. Fidelity: Danger!
  2. Resources: Fair
  3. Useability: Normal

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Categories

Persons > Mary
Catholicism > Customs & Devotions

More Information

Website Established: 01/17/96
The Fatima Network
17000 State Route 30
Constable, NY 12926
USA
[email protected]

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