The 8th grade Fatima essay theme is:
Our Lady of Fatima warned that Russia would multiply her errors if we did not honor her request. During Our Lady’s last apparition, on October 13, 1917, she identified herself as “I am the Lady of the Rosary,” and asks the children to continue to pray the Most Holy Rosary each day. Three weeks later, Russia suffered its revolution and the Christian government was overthrown.
Identify one or more errors of Russia and give examples of how we still suffer from these errors today.
Also, initiate one of Our Lady of Fatima’s request that involves your school and/or parish.
Rubic: Essay submissions are written in 12 point/Times New Roman font, no less than 500 words and up to 2500 words in length. All essays need to be submitted no later than May 13, 2021 to Anita Senesac.
Email: (preferred) your essay to: email@example.com
or US mail your essay to:
ATTN: 8th Grade Fatima Contest
FWSB WAF Blue Army, Inc P.O. Box 10032
The three, $500 winners, will be announced June 5, 2021. We hope you participate in the Fatima Essay contest and enjoy learning about Our Lady of Fatima’s most important message of peace!
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