The third appearance of our Lady of Fatima occurred on July 13, 1917, after the Portuguese Government had arrested and scrutinized the little shepherds. It is repulsive to question the innocence of children after two apparitions of the Virgin Mary with supernatural signs. Apparitions of an angel preceded the six apparitions of Our Lady in Fatima, to Lucia, 10, Jacinta, 7 and Francisco, 9. The children saw three times the angel in the Spring of 1916, in Fatima, whose mission was to prepare the children for the Apparitions of Our Lady.
The film starts with a vision of horrific Hell. I have already described Hell according to Sister Faustina in the article Sister Faustina Visits Hell. God is love and He wants us to inherit His kingdom of joy and happiness, but He cannot deny man’s right to go to Hell. Safeguard yourselves of false prophets that slickly seek your perdition. I have noticed wolves dressed in sheep’s clothing in Facebook expressing the word(s) Atheist(s) combined with words such as Theist(s), Christian(s), Catholic(s) and debate, discussion or forum as titles of their pages. If any atheist tries to persuade you about the inexistence of God, politely ask him to prove it. He won’t be able to do so, and then state that it is pathetic to follow a doctrine one cannot prove it. I have included the following paragraph in the article The Great Tribulation.
“Satan is a master of lying, disguise, false promise and destruction. He will gradually instigate war and falsehood till the End of the World through a legion of false prophets. They will operate obscurely on social media and openly on heinous activities such as abortion, genocide, rape, narcotics and satanic cult. The article Victim of Satanic Cult shows destruction caused by the cult.”
The theme of the film is Fortitude, the supernatural courage of the children to endure threats and vicissitudes to serve God and His ambassador, the Virgin Mary. Fortitude is a gift of the Holy Spirit, which enables Christians to live the other virtues heroically, to suffer with patience and joy, and to serve God with conviction and enthusiasm. Refer to the article Fortitude.