Hello,


I would like to introduce my novel The Tragedy of Fidel Castro, which is about Castro, the miracle of Fátima and divine existence.

In Fátima, Portugal, between May 13 and September 13, 1917,
three children-Jacinta, Francisco, and Lúcia-revealed that
they repeatedly had visions of the Virgin Mary and angels
descending from the sky. During one of the visions, the Virgin
Mary entrusted them with three secrets. The children also
claimed that the Virgin Mary told them she would perform a
miracle on October 13. On that day, tens of thousands of people
came to Fátima and witnessed extraordinary solar activity. To
the believers, this was the final proof of the Virgin intervention,
although nobody else in Portugal or in the rest of the world
witnessed the phenomenon.
Called "The Miracle of the Sun," the event wasn't accepted
as a miracle by the Roman Catholic Church until October 13,
1930. One of the secrets the Virgin Mary told the children was
that Russia would be converted to the Immaculate Heart of
Mary and Communism would soon come to an end.
On May 13, 2000, Pope John Paul II celebrated the beatification
of Jacinta and Francisco in Fátima. (Lúcia was still alive.)

Please see reviews here:
http://www.amazon.com/forum/christianity/ref=cm_cd_search_res_ti?_e...

Thank you for your attention
João Cerqueira
www.joaocerqueira.com

ps: I would like to say that for me Jesus was the most important figure in History and that religion and humor should not be incompatible.

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