The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima ()

directed by John Brahm
featuring Gilbert Roland, Angela Clarke, Frank Silvera, Jay Novello, Richard Hale

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Like its spiritual predecessor The Song of Bernadette, The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima is based on a true story. The year is 1917: the place, Fatima, Portugal. While tending sheep, three farm children (Susan Whitney, Sherry Jackson and Sammy Ogg) claim to see a vision of the Virgin Mary. The local adults insist that the kids keep quiet about this vision, fearing reprisals from the anti-Catholic Portuguese government. But word gets out, and soon thousand of pilgrims are flocking to Fatima, awaiting the "miracle" that the ...

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Alice S

Apr 26, 2012

Done well !

My 11 year old daughter and I watched this and enjoyed it as much as the St. Bernadette movie. It shows the many trials that the young children had to endure because of their faith. It encourages youth to make a stand for what is right. If you have children It's a must see!

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