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1. As simple members of the laity, we can:

  1. arm ourselves against the crisis by knowing our faith, and by informing ourselves about the Message of Fatima and what it really means;
  2. tell our fellow Catholics, and everyone else we meet, about the relation of the Message of Fatima to the crisis in the Church and the crisis in the world;
  3. provide by our lives an example of Christian faith and good morals;
  4. respectfully insist that local bishops and pastors of parishes provide sound Catholic doctrine and a sound liturgy, particularly the traditional Latin Mass in obedience to Pope Benedict XVI's motu proprio Summorum Pontificum of July 7, 2007, declaring that every priest in the Church is free to celebrate the traditional Latin liturgy, and that the faithful who request it have a right to it, no matter what a given bishop may think;
  5. withhold financial support from parishes and dioceses where doctrinal and moral corruption and liturgical abuse are allowed to fester — an action that many Catholics have already taken in response to the sexual scandals now afflicting the priesthood;
  6. call for the removal of morally and doctrinally corrupt priests and bishops, in keeping with our God-given right to petition Church authorities, including the Pope, for redress of grievances in the Church [see the example of St. John Gualberto];
  7. pray and get others to pray — especially the Rosary, which can conquer all heresies and other threats to the Catholic Church;
  8. pray and offer sacrifices for the Holy Father, as Jesus urged Sister Lucy to do, that the Pope might be moved to vanquish the enemies of the Church and by fulfilling the requests of Our Lady of Fatima.

2. As priests and religious, we can:

  1. preach and defend the traditional Roman Catholic Faith;

  2. make known to everyone the Message of Fatima and what it requires of the Church;

     i. promote the Rosary — explain it.
    ii. promote the Five First Saturdays — explain it.

  3. provide by our lives an example of Christian faith and good morals;

  4. call upon our superiors, including the Pope, to honor the Message of Fatima and take other actions to end the moral and doctrinal crisis in the Church, including the rooting out of morally and spiritually corrupt leaders of whatever rank who are wolves among the sheep.

3. As Catholic journalists, authors, editors and publishers, we can:

  1. write the truth about Fatima and make it as widely known as possible;

  2. write the truth about the current crisis in the Church, and its doctrinal, liturgical, disciplinary and practical causes — as we have discussed in this book — and its solution: the Fatima requests;

  3. investigate, expose and condemn the conspiracy against Fatima;

  4. publish the truth about Fatima in whatever forums are available to us — as we have done with this book and as Antonio Socci has done with his book, for which (as we have seen) Pope Benedict himself expressed an appreciation to the author that confirms the right of the faithful to publish on the matter.

4. As Catholic lay people; political leaders; captains of industry, commerce and
         finance; diplomats; and military leaders, we can:

  1. implore the Pope to pursue Heaven's plan for peace as given to us at Fatima, rather than the failed diplomacy and treaties of mere men, including Vatican bureaucrats such as Cardinal Sodano, former Secretary of State, and Cardinal Bertone, the current Secretary of State;

  2. support with our financial means those apostolates and apostolic initiatives which promote, advance and defend the authentic and complete Fatima Message;

  3. use our influence to prevail upon members of the hierarchy to cooperate in carrying out the imperatives of the Fatima Message for the good of the whole world.