Thanks to Ms. Niamh Deegan, Rights and Reproduction Officer of the National Museum of Ireland, and the Antiquities Division of the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7.
Also a sincere thanks is extended to Mr. Paul Wickland for his help in editing the manuscript of this website.
Much thanks to Mr. Colman Keane, Owner of Keane's in Gort, Ireland for his kindness and help in cataloging existing holy sites related to St. Colman Mac Duagh in Ireland.
Thanks to Captain Echert for his help with authentic text interpretation of manuscripts.
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Our Lady of Fatima, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary
"If people do what I will tell you, many will be saved, and peace will come. I promise to help at the hour of death with the graces for their salvation, those who on the first Saturday of the five consecutive months shall confess and receive Holy Communion, say five decades of the rosary and keep me company for fifteen minutes while meditating on one or more mysteries of the rosary with the intention of making reparation to me."
“She (the Blessed Virgin Mary) told me that the devil is in the mood for engaging in a decisive battle against the Virgin. And a decisive battle is the final battle where one side will be victorious and the other side will suffer defeat. Also from now on we must choose sides. Either we are for God or we are for the devil. There is no other possibility.” -Sister Lucy of Fatima speaking to Father Fuentes, December 26, 1957
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