Are There Missing Words of the Third Secret of Fatima?!

The Missing Words of the Third Vision of Fatima by Fr. Philip Wolfe, FSSP

Remember, Lucia is the only one of the three children who spoke to Our Lady during the apparitions. St. Jacinta could both see and hear Our Lady but never spoke to her during the apparitions and St. Francisco could see the Blessed Virgin but he could not hear Her words. He couldn’t even understand the words of the Angel of Portugal – he never once heard the words. So St. Francisco could not hear her words, that’s why Our Lady told the girls “Do not tell this to anybody. Francisco, yes, you may tell him.” Think about it. The text we’ve just read, the released text, describes a vision. The released text is the description of the vision the three children saw, all three of them. But there are no words from Our Lady. Our Lady told the girls they were not supposed to tell this to anybody but they could tell it to Francisco, so what were the girls supposed to tell Francisco? What could they tell him, he saw everything they saw. So we’re missing something. We’re missing the very words of Our Lady which explain the symbolic vision.
That’s perfectly consistent with the testimony of Sr. Lucia. On January 3rd, 1944, after she’d been told to write the third secret and had been struggling mightily to obey, but try as she might she just couldn’t get it committed to paper, Our Lady appeared to her and told her:
“Be at peace, and write what they order you, but not what has been given to you to understand its meaning,” and at that point Sr. Lucia was instantly able to commit the vision to paper. So the text we read earlier, the text released by the Vatican in the year 2000, is a description of the vision the three children saw but it doesn’t contain the explanation. We’re missing the very words of Our Lady which explain the symbolic vision.
Consider this excerpt from an interview Sr. Lucia gave to Fr. Jongen in 1946. As we read this, please think about exactly what is being said:

“When Fr. Jongen interviewed her in 1946, Sr. Lucia answered firmly: ‘When I speak about the apparitions, I limit myself to giving the meaning of the words I heard. On the other hand, when I write I take pains to cite the words literally, thus I intended to write down the secret word for word.’
“‘Are you certain of having kept it in your memory?’
“‘I believe so.’
“‘Then the words of the secret were quoted in the order they were communicated to you?’
‘Yes.’”

We’ll go back through that again and make a few comments. Sr. Lucia: “When I speak about the apparitions I limit myself to giving the meaning of the words I heard. On the other hand when I write I take pains to cite the words literally. Thus, I intended to write down the secret word-for-word.”
Fr. Jongen: “Then the words of the secret were quoted in the order they were communicated to you?”
“Yes.”
Okay, so when Sr. Lucia wrote about the apparitions, she took pains to cite the words literally and she intended to write down the secret word-for-word, and when she did so she wrote the words of the secret in the order they were communicated to her. She wrote the literal words of the secret down word-for-word in the order they were communicated to her.
What words?
When questioned about the July apparition the canonical investigation in 1924 Lucia testified: “Then the Lady told us some brief words commanding us not to tell them to anyone, except Francisco alone.”

What words?
On October 17th and 18th, 1946, Canon Barthas interviewed Sr. Lucia regarding the third secret and reported that “The text of the words of Our Lady written by Sr. Lucia are enclosed in a sealed envelope.” What words?
The text we read, the released text of the third secret, describes a vision. The released text is a description of the vision the three children saw, all three of them. There are no words from Our Lady, there are no words from Our Lady, so we’re missing something, we’re missing the very words of Our Lady which explain the symbolic vision.

Antonio Socci:
“If the attack in 1981 is really the complete fulfillment of the secret and if it is something that has by now been consigned to the past, already realized, our attention is drawn to an interesting, mysterious phrase that John Paul II uttered, to Vittorio Mesori in a book interview 'Crossing the Threshold of Hope'. That book was published in 1994 and the answer was written many years after the attack in 1981. The Pope was, in fact, recalling the attack. John Paul II: ‘Therefore when I was shot by the assassin in St. Peter’s Square I did not pay any heed at first to the fact it was precisely the anniversary of the day on which Mary had appeared to the three shepherds in Fatima, Portugal, relating to them those words which, by the end of the century seem to be moving toward their fulfillment.
“It is amazing that these words of the Pope have passed without observation. We find in them at least two important revelations. The first is that thirteen years after the attack, that is, at the end of the century, John Paul II held that the Fatima prophecy had yet to be realized completely. The second revelation is that is the Pope informs us that the prophecy whose fulfillment is approaching, was expressed by Mary with words.

So the Pope himself indicated the secret had not been fulfilled in the assassination attempt and even more significantly he stated that “when I was shot by the assassin in St. Peter’s Square I did not pay any heed at first to the fact that it was precisely the anniversary day on which Mary had appeared to the three shepherds at Fatima in Portugal revealing to them those words, which by the end of the century seem to be moving toward their fulfillment.” What words? What we’ve seen is a vision. The released text is a vision, but there are no words of Our Lady.

* Special thanks to @occasnltrvlr for posting the complete transcript of Fr. Wolfe's 13 Part Presentation
As requested by a few, this is the transcript of the 13-part presentation "Fatima and the Apocalyps…
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