Sister Lucy

Sister Lucy

Sr. Lucy | The Fourth Memoir | Sr. Lucy Silenced | 2005: The Death of Sr. Lucy


Of the three shepherd children of Fatima, it was Lucy who spoke with the Queen of Heaven, who presented requests for favors on the part of many people, and who requested a miracle so that all would believe the apparitions.

It was also Lucy who, when the three shepherd children were placed in prison on August 13, 1917, initiated the resistance to the threats and flatteries of the Masonic Administrator and Mayor. And when Francisco and Jacinta fell ill, it was again Lucy who assisted them lovingly until the end.

After Francisco and Jacinta Marto were called to Heaven, Lucy was to continue to be the instrument chosen by God to carry out the mission of Our Lady.

As Our Lady said to Lucy on June 13, 1917:

“Jesus wishes to make use of you to make Me known and loved. He wants to establish in the world devotion to My Immaculate Heart.”

With her continual life of prayer, penance, writing and then enforced silence for the last 45 years of her life, and all her other sacrifices until her death in 2005, Sister Lucy accomplished her mission, living a life truly devoted to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

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The Fourth Memoir

In this Fourth Memoir, Sister Lucy copied the first two parts of the Fatima Secret word-for-word from her Third Memoir that she had already written by August 31, 1941. She also included what appears to be the conclusion to the whole Secret.


Sister Lucy Silenced

December 26, 1957 was the last time Sister Lucy dos Santos could speek freely and openly on Fatima in general. Sister Lucy was interviewed by Father Augustine Fuentes interviewed at her convent in Coimbra, Portugal. Later, Father Fuentes published the interview with an imprimatur and the approbation of the Bishop of Fatima.


2005, The Death of Sister Lucy

After the June 1917 prophecy of Our Lady, Lucy was to remain on earth for eighty-eight more years to carry out the mission entrusted to her by Heaven. Then on February 13, 2005, she was called home — a fitting reward for a humble shepherd girl whose life was a heroic example of sacrifice, prayer, and obedience.



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