These were the words of the Virgin of Fatima that resonated in the hearts of a group of families and friends in Buenos Aires in the year 1997, who formed the first nucleus of the Association Messengers of Fatima, which later changed its name to the current one, Association Mary Queen of the Third Millennium.

In this way, they sought to respond to the request of Pope Saint John Paul II for the New Evangelization.

Thus, several activities were initiated to promote devotion to Mary, which is the safest and straightest path that leads us to union with Jesus Christ.

“The sower, went out to sow” (Mt 13,1)

This verse from the Gospel of Saint Matthew represents well the beginning of the Association Mary Queen of the Third Millennium, marked by a widespread dissemination of the book “Fatima, Dawn of the third millennium.”

Collaborators and sympathizers of the association took to the streets, approaching vehicles and passersby to spread the message of Fatima through leaflets that had a coupon where interested individuals could request the delivery of the mentioned book to their address.

Thus began the growth of the large family of participants in this apostolate, which today extends to every corner of Argentina.

After this book distribution, a new phase began: responding to the appeal that the Virgin made from her first apparition to the three shepherd children on May 13, 1917: “Pray the Rosary every day to obtain world peace.”

A beautiful leaflet with the image of the Blessed Virgin Mary, containing a coupon to request a Rosary, was distributed throughout the country.

At last, my Immaculate Heart will triumph!

Meanwhile, there is something else, of paramount importance, that motivated the Mother of God to come in person and transmit her message to the three shepherd children. It is the announcement of the victory of the Most Holy Virgin over the empire of Satan, or in other words, the Reign of Mary, foreseen by Saint Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort and several other saints: “Finally, my Immaculate Heart will triumph!” – affirmed Our Lady in Fatima.

“It is a grand perspective of universal victory of the regal and motherly Heart of the Most Holy Virgin. It is a soothing, captivating, and above all, majestic and thrilling promise” [2]. (…)

So that our eyes may marvel at the midday of that sun – the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary – whose dawn became Fatima on that May 13th, 1917, the Virgin Mary gives us the means: “If you do what I tell you, many souls will be saved and there will be peace.”

However, a difficulty arises. Our Lady’s requests were not heeded; men continue to sin more and more. What reasons do we have to believe that Our Lady will fulfill her promise?

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