The Call to Fatima - DVD - €24

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The Call to Fatima - DVD - €24

This is a new film on the message of Fatima, directed and produced by Thomas McCormack and sponsored by Euro Finance Group, which was shot on location in Portugal, Ireland, Italy and France with scenes from the USA. The Call to Fatima brings the entire story of Fatima up to date as it includes the deaths and funeral scenes of both the last surviving visionary of the 1917 apparition, Sr. Lucy and Pope John Paul II, the greatest apostle of the message of Fatima.

The Call to Fatima represents the story of Fatima for today’s audience and for generations that know little about how three shepherd children saw and received messages from an angel three times in 1916 and the Virgin Mary over six months from May 13th 1917.

The Rector of the Fatima Shrine Monsignor Guerra states: "…through this work, the message of Fatima will continue to touch more hearts throughout the whole world".

Bishop Boyce of Raphoe in Donegal was also impressed " It is a fine performance…faithful and accurate."

The film includes:

  • Live witness interviews with those who saw the Miracle of the Sun on the 13th October
    1917, including an interview with John Marto the brother of Jacinta and Francisco.
  • The significance of the true stories that bring home the message of the six apparitions,
    namely death, hell, miracles, wars, the Popes, and the full details of the third secret of Fatima.
  • Lauri Duffy – our Fatima guide – sharing the story of Fatima with young people.
  • Fr Michael Maher and Fr Andrew Apostoli, both well-known experts on Fatima also contributed to the narration.
  • Interviews by the pilgrims returning home after 8 days in Fatima.
  • A brief segment on Blessed Alexandrina who is known as the fourth seer of Fatima.

For more details please contact:

Film Director & Producer: Thomas McCormack,

Euro Finance Group, 33 Raglan Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin, Ireland.

Tel: 01- 6674313, Fax: 01- 6688872

http://www.eurofinancegroup.ie


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