by Timothy Tindal-Robertson (Author). Calls from the Message of Fatima.
by Timothy Tindal-Robertson (Author).
Timothy Tindal-Robertson. Leo Hughes, Executive Producer, The 13th Day "Timothy Tindal-Robertson and Donal Anthony Foley have produced a useful book explaining the significance of Fatima and giving the traditional Marian prayers.
Timothy Tindal-Robertson’s books. The Message and Prayers of Fatima.
In CTS’s new booklet, The Message and Prayers of Fatima, Timothy Tindal-Robertson introduces the reader to the message and meaning of those remarkable events. I asked Tindal-Robertson, national president of the World Apostolate of Fatima, England and Wales, why he thought Lucia and Blessed Francisco and Jacinta were chosen: having visited their tombs in Fatima, and having witnessed the great devotion to them, I was curious. For Tindal-Robertson, it is because their hearts and minds were completely open to what was asked of them.
Promoting the Full Message of Fatima. In the process, he implied that the reports we have published about Fatima were not reliable. An Irish reader sent a letter trying to make light of the May 5 Hindu event. The Universe also published a letter from British writer Iain Colquehoun who defended our work of exposing the new interfaith orientation at Fatima. What follows is a Letter I sent on December 7 to The Universe, in an attempt to set the record straight.
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Find sources: "Three Secrets of Fátima" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (May 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). A religious statue depicting the Immaculate Heart of Mary as described by Sister Lúcia of Fátima. Part of a series on. Christian mysticism .
The life of Timothy gives us many examples that we can use both in our personal lives and our ministries. Timothy had a wonderful spiritual heritage and many opportunities to boldly declare the message of truth. I have put together a list of things we can learn about Timothy from the Bible, as well as lessons that we can apply to our own lives. By the way, you can feel free to use this list for any of the following: Preparing sermons on discipleship. So, Paul directed Timothy to remain faithful to the gospel and its proclamation. He could do so by holding fast to the standard, or pattern, of sound teaching he had received from the apostle (vs. 13).