When our Lady spoke about the triumph of her Immaculate Heart, she certainly was not referring to an utopian era of secular, man-oriented, self-sufficiency and benevolent co-existence amongst peoples of conflicting ideologies and creeds.
St. Louse de Montfort prophesized that just as it was through our Lady that Christ entered the world, so it will be through her that He will be made manifest again. St. Maximilian Kolbe said this: “The serpent raises his head over the whole earth, but the Immaculata is going to crush him through decisive victories..[u]nder the standard of the Immaculata a great battle will be waged, and we shall have Her banners float over the fortresses of the prince of darkness.” He also wrote, “Then heresies and schisms will be extinguished, and hardened sinners, thanks to the Immaculata, will return to God, towards His Heart full of love, and all pagans will be baptized.” The Abbé de Nantes believed that in the era of peace, chapters 60 and 62 of Isaiah would be fulfilled. One such passage reads thus: “…the children of strangers shall build up thy walls, and their kings shall minister to thee: for in my wrath have I struck thee, and in my reconciliation have I had mercy upon thee.” The radiance of the Church will then diffuse throughout the entire world a divine influence capable of shaping all facets of society. Glorious peace from the hands of Our Lady! Who amongst us now living will be graced to see Christ being proclaimed our King and the Immaculata alongside Him, Queen of the whole world?
Let us do our part to hasten the Triumph of Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart! Consecrate yourselves to her and be docile to her inspirations. I have taken it upon myself to offer my every Sunday Communion in reparation for offenses committed against her. Our Lord will also inspire you to do a little extra. It is not only Protestants who insult her. Most hurtful to her must be those misguided Catholics who distort or ignore her loving admonitions.
Here us another idea: Make it a point to learn more about Fatima. Volumes upon volumes have been written. Fatima is not merely a pious call to recitation of the rosary as some would have it. The presentation below is rather lengthy, but it is chock-full of very important information about our Lady’s warning of altering the liturgy.