By accident, or by the Providence of God, (I prefer the latter), I caught the tail end of EWTN’s live coverage of Our Lady of Fatima Feast Day celebration at the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima in Fatima, Portugal. I was particularly moved to tears by the procession of Our Lady upon the shoulders of eight worshippers: According to Roman Catholic truth, the Virgin Mary has the power to appear wherever, whenever and to whom ever she wills. In the case of Fatima, Portugal she first appeared on May 13, 1917 to three Roman Catholic children. IMHO, these children appear to be truthful, reliable witnesses and should be trusted. …….So, in order to give Our Lady the honor, respect and veneration she rightly deserves, the Roman Catholic Magisterium and Curia have decided to grant her a special feast day on May 13 at which time all true believers can officially ‘dulia’ her. Pope John Paul 2 having an intimate moment with a 2-foot plaster Fatima doll. But what is truly sad is the fact that when Mary first appeared to the little children, they asked her if a friend of theirs, Amelia, was in Heaven, and Mary replied that she was in Purgatory. Let's hope Walter and other Catholic sympathizers are praying to get poor little Amelia out of those purging and purifying flames!