Fatima at 100: Second Apparition. Francis commemorates with pro-death appointments to Pontifical Academy for Life?

Today is the 100th anniversary of the second apparition at Fatima, when we received the vision of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, the intention to establish devotion to the IHM for the reparation of sins, and the institution of the “decade prayer” – the Mother of God altering her Holy Rosary for the first time in 700 years. We should probably pay attention.

I want you to come here on the thirteenth of next month. I want you to continue saying the Rosary every day. And after each one of the mysteries, my children, I want you to pray in this way: O my Jesus, forgive us our sins , save us from the fire of hell. Take all souls to heaven, especially those who are most in need. 

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
This anniversary was commemorated in Rome with Francis appointing 45 new members of the recently gutted Pontifical Academy for Life HERE and HERE . It’s being widely reported that one member, Nigel Biggar, is just peachy with the idea of abortion up to about 18 weeks or so:

In a dialogue with fellow philosopher Peter Singer in 2011, reported by Standpoint magazine, Biggar said: “I would be inclined to draw the line for abortion at 18 weeks after conception, which is roughly about the earliest time when there is some evidence of brain activity, and therefore of consciousness. In terms of maintaining a strong social commitment to preserving human life in hindered forms, and in terms of not becoming too casual about killing human life, we need to draw the line much more conservatively.”
He said: “It’s not clear that a human foetus is the same kind of thing as an adult or a mature human being, and therefore deserves quite the same treatment. It then becomes a question of where we draw the line, and there is no absolutely cogent reason for drawing it in one place over another.” HERE

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
The only American I could find on the list, from what I could tell, was Dr. Kathleen M. Foley M.D. A quick internet search revealed this, in her own words:

While I remained on staff at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, I gave up heading the Pain and Palliative Care Service in 1995 to devote more time to running the Project on Death in America (PDIA). The project, of which I was an originator, was funded by [financier and philanthropist] George Soros…The focus was to transform the culture of death in America through initiatives in science, the humanities, education, and professional training. The PDIA focused on the quality of life for a very vulnerable population — patients with life-threatening illnesses…Minority populations should be able to have access to pain and palliative care in the same way that rich white Americans do. And we need to have systems in place so that government funding for this care is provided to children as well as to adults. The PDIA also recognized that we had to focus on the development of leaders and palliative care experts if we were going to be able to change the care of patients. We created leadership programs for physicians, nurses, and social workers. For example, over the years, we awarded grants to 87 faculty scholars, many of whom now hold positions at leading academic institutions around the country, including at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. These professionals were to be the Trojan horses within our institutions to lead pain and palliative care services…Mr. Soros is now funding a project that focuses on the development of palliative care globally. We help governments develop pain and palliative care initiatives and policies. For example, one of our grantees has worked with the government of Romania to change their narcotic drug laws to facilitate access to pain medication…We work closely with the World Health Organization (WHO). For many years Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center was a WHO collaborative center. Now I’m on the expert panel and serve as the chair of the group developing the palliative care standards for the WHO Cancer Control Program. HERE

I don’t know what all that means, but with Soros and WHO behind it, I have a few ideas.
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

2 thoughts on “Fatima at 100: Second Apparition. Francis commemorates with pro-death appointments to Pontifical Academy for Life?”

  1. The only word that comes to mind in describing these “people” is hubris! I hesitate to call THEM human. I think maybe the cutoff for life should maybe be at a certain altitude of hubris. Our Lady of the Rosary Pray for Us! (Of course I would never advocate death for them, even though they make one force the feeling down).

  2. Georgie Porgie Soros seems to be conveniently popping up in many circles of Vatican initiatives under this so called ‘Pope’. He is the king of the population control movement and one of the ‘globalists in chief’, has infiltrated the Church in many areas, and has established his agenda throughout. He has VERY deep pockets to say the very least. I think we should begin to consider the money being exchanged in all of these initiatives throughout the Church. It’s (I believe) a very simple formula………..FOLLOW THE MONEY. Something makes me think that they ALL lead back to Soros himself and now has even infiltrated the Vatican itself.

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