THE CONSECRATION OF RUSSIA
Was Russia ever consecrated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary? There are many who maintain to this day that Russia was not consecrated because there is no universal peace in the world.
Let us look at the following facts and then you decide if the Consecration was done and accepted by Our Lady of Fatima. First of all, let us look at the promises of Our Lady of Fatima.
(1) If Russia was consecrated to her Immaculate Heart, Communism would collapse.
(2) If enough people would practice the devotion of the consecutive 5 First Saturdays of the month, there would be peace in the world.
The issue that is being addressed here is, did Communism stop spreading its errors throughout the world? Did Communism fall? Did the Soviet Union (USSR) collapse?
On May 13, 1984, one of the largest crowds in the Fatima history gathered at the Shrine in Fatima, Portugal to pray the Rosary for peace.
From May 13th to the 17th, 1984, within the Okolnaya naval munitions depot, near the Severomorsk Naval Base, an explosion destroyed two-thirds (at least 900) of all the Fleet's missiles and torpedoes stockpiled for the Soviet's Northern Fleet.
The blast also destroyed workshops needed to maintain the missiles, as well as hundreds of 200-300 scientists and technicians.
Western military experts called this the worst naval disaster the Soviet Navy has suffered since WWII.
On December 20, 1984, the Soviet Defense Minister Dmitry Ustinov, the mastermind of the invasion plans for Western Europe, suddenly and mysteriously died.
On March 10, 1985, Soviet Chairman Konstantin Chernenko died.
On March 11, 1985, Soviet Chairman Mikhail Gorbachev was elected. He instituted new freedoms, including freedom of religion.
On April 26, 1985, there was the disaster at the Chermobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine, the product of a flawed Soviet reactor design coupled with serious mistakes made by the plant operators. The incident starved off a planned nuclear strike on Europe in retaliation for the arrival of US Pershing II nuclear missiles in Europe in November, 1983.
On May 12, 1988, an explosion wrecked the only factory that made the deadly Soviet rocket motors for the SS24 long-range missiles which carried ten nuclear bombs each.
On August 29, 1989, St. Lucia affirmed in correspondence that the consecration had been accomplished and that "God will keep His word."
On November 9, 1989, The Berlin Wall fell as the Cold War began to cross Eastern Europe. The spokesman for East Berlin's Community Party announced a change in the city's relations with the West starting at midnight that day. He said the citizens of the GDR were free to cross the country's borders.
During November-December 1989, the political upheaval began in Poland, continued in Hungary and then led to a surge of mostly peaceful revolutions in East Germany, Czechoslovakia, and Bulgatia. Romania was the only Eastern-block country to overthrow its communist regime violently and execute its head of state.
On October 3, 1990, On Unification Day, the German Democratic Republic ceased to exist. Five new Federal States of its former territory joined the Federal Republic of Germany. East and West Berlin were reunited and joined the Federal Republic as a full fledged Federal City-State.
On December 25, 1991, the Soviet Union dissolved, resulting in eleven new countries: (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan). The Baltic states Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania regained their independence in September 1991. The rest of the Soviet Union, which constituted the bulk of the area became the Russian Federation in December, 1991.
By 1991 atheistic communism was dead. The Soviet Union was no more and the world had reportedly avoided a nuclear war.
To answer your question, was the Consecration of Russia made and did Russian Communism come to an end? The answer is "yes" to both as proven above.
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