an eye-opening read that shows readers that the multiple sightings of the Virgin Mary is a precursor to an event that will change the world forever
HOUSTON (PRWEB) April 06, 2015
In “God’s Warning 2016/ 2017” (published by Xlibris), author Anthony Francesco discusses the connection between the events of Fatima and Garabandal, and explains why he believes that the warning and the miracle predicted at Grabandal will soon occur.
The Roman Catholic Church has declared that the appearance of the Blessed Virgin Mary to three Shepherd children in the Village of Fatima, Portugal during the calendar year 1917 is worthy of belief. The children predicted that a great miracle would occur at Fatima on October 13, 1917. The Miracle of the Sun was witnessed by more than 40,000 people and the event was reported in Portuguese newspapers by journalists present at the great event.
During the calendar years 1961 through 1965 Mary again appeared to four young girls in the village of San Sebastian de Garabandal in northern Spain. The Virgin told the girls that a future miracle “incomparably greater” than the Miracle at Fatima would occur on an unknown future date in the village of Garabandal. Mary also told the primary visionary of Garabandal that the future miracle is to be preceded by an event which will be recognized by all of mankind as a direct warning for God.
“God's Warning 2016 \ Miracle 2017”
By Anthony Francesco
Hardcover | 6x9in | 66 pages | ISBN 9781503544741
Softcover | 6x9in | 66 pages | ISBN 9781503544758
E-Book | 66 pages | ISBN 9781503544765
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