Fatima Vision of Hell helped Atheist, Salvador Dalí, return to God

Absolutely beautifully done article that should be read by anyone who values their life and more importantly their soul as to protecting it from eternal damnation! Any person of the Christian faith from any denomination, I pray that you put aside your pride and thinking you’ve had this all figured out attitude whilst pushing aside the Blessed Mother Mary or Catholicism and for once be practical enough to honestly examine all the history of the Church, Prophecies along with all the bonafide Visionary insights that have been offered to the world to bring truth and insight!

I extend my sincerest invitation to not just Christians but to anyone who has faith in God Almighty or even if you should now be a blank slate in these matters of blind faith; to consider all of the available information, in so doing to be truly honest with yourself as to why you think you are here living in this difficult place and whether you have an opportunity here, to be elevated to a place beyond our puny human imagination, to the greatest Love, Peace and Tranquility or do you say when lights out; its over when they put your body in a grave!

Think about this and read the entire article which is superb, then talk to God and asking through Jesus Christ that He send His Comforter the Holy Ghost; to help enlighten you while touching your heart in order to open it fully to our God!

God bless you.
Brother in Christ Jesus,
Lawrence Morra III

Catholicism Pure & Simple

Adaptedfrom World Apostolate of Fatima, USA (Our Lady’s Blue Army)

Salvador Dali is considered one of the greatest artists of the 20thcentury and the most famous Surrealist. At the height of his popularity in 1960, he was commissioned by The Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima to paint the Vision of Hell, as Lucia, Jacinta and Francisco experienced during the July 13, 1917, apparition at Fatima. The idea for the painting came from a Protestant who, having read about the vision from Sister Lucia’s memoirs, converted to Catholicism and entered the seminary. The thought was that Dali could reach young people and unbelievers far more effectively with this message than any sermon on Sunday morning or story about saints. This commission would change Dali’s life and work, and lead him from his avowed atheism back to his Catholic roots.

Dali grew up in Spain near the…

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Author: Lawrence Morra

Have worked in creative and news visual media as a photographer or cameraman and this POV has given me a better insight or view of the world. The Cameraman's POV. His Perspective on many things. All content on this site is copyrighted© by Lawrence Morra/Zero Lift-Off. All rights reserved. Email: lmor3@aol.com

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