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  1. Ralph Frasca says:

    Dear Brother Bugnolo:

    I am writing you about one of your translations, “The True Fatima Prayer.” The fact that the church’s version of this prayer is incorrect deeply troubles me. The wording of the prayer as it is now used in the rosary seems to call for universal salvation, whereas in fact Mary was calling us to pray for souls in purgatory, especially those who have no one else to pray for them. What can we do to correct this error? Who should be contacted?

  2. The Editor says:

    Simply start saying the correct version and whenever you lead the Rosary in public, first explain the error and teach the correct version to all present.

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