Signs of the Triumph – Prophecy intensifying: Russia just opened a huge cathedral in honor of its armed forces featuring a massive mosaic of the Virgin Mary and child.

“But in the end my Immaculate Heart will triumph.”

1. “Medjugorje is the fullfillment of Fatima”

2 .The dominent element of Fatima is Russia – Russia and Fatima our one – Bishop of Fatima

3. “Russia will come to glorify God the most, the West will make modern progress but with out God and wll act like their own creator.” The Queen of Peace.

“Hail, Holy Queen! Hail, our life our sweetness and our hope!” Mary is our hope. And the Church proclaims it every day at the end of every rosary and often at the end of the Church’s Night Prayer (or Compline). In our modern times, no other words draw our attention to this reality than the promise Our Immaculate Mother made to the world on July 13, 1917 when she said:

I shall come to the world to ask that Russia be consecrated to my Immaculate Heart, and I shall ask that on the First Saturday of every month Communions of reparation be made in atonement for the sins of the world. If my wishes are fulfilled, Russia will be converted and there will be peace; if not, then Russia will spread her errors throughout the world, bringing new wars and persecution of the Church; the good will be martyred and the Holy Father will have much to suffer; certain nations will be annihilated. But in the end my Immaculate Heart will triumph. The Holy Father will consecrate Russia to me, and she will be converted, and the world will enjoy a period of peace. In Portugal the faith will always be preserved…

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Russia has just built a huge cathedral in honor of its military to commemorate 75 years since the end of WWII.

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The Main Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces, June 14, 2020. 
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Its full title in English is: The Resurrection of Christ Cathedral, the main Russian Orthodox Cathedral of Russian Armed Forces.

The cathedral is about 34 miles west of Moscow in a complex called Patriot Park.

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A map showing the location of the cathedral. 
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Each of its four chapels is dedicated to a different patron saint of the branches of the Russian armed forces — the aerospace forces, the missile forces, the navy and the land army. 

Source: Cathedral website.

It was built in just under 600 days, but was slightly delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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An aerial view shows the cathedral during construction works in April 28, 2020. 
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It was supposed to be consecrated on May 9, which is Victory Day in Russia, but due to the coronavirus this was rescheduled to June 14, according to Radio Free Europe

The building is said to have cost $82 million. The cathedral says around half of this came from donations.

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An aerial view shows the cathedral under construction on April 28, 2020. 
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The church’s website says the $43 million came from public donations.

According to the independent news outlet Znak.com, another $42.5 million came from Moscow public funds.

 

The cathedral was consecrated on June 14 with a large-scale military and religious ceremony.

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Russian Army servicemen march during a service to consecrate the cathedral on June 14, 2020. 
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Masks and social distancing were markedly absent, as was the case at Russia’s massive military parade on Victory Day in central Moscow. 

The cathedral serves the Russian Orthodox faith, the most widespread religion in the country.

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Workers in the cathedral under construction. 
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Here is an interior view of the construction work inside the cathedral.

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An interior view of the cathedral under construction in April. 
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Patriarch Kirill — the Russian Orthodox Church’s supreme leader — led the consecration.

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Patriarch Kirill leads a service consecration of the cathedral on June 14, 2020. 
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Here’s another scene from the consecration, featuring a massive mosaic of the Virgin Mary and child.

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Patriarch Kirill leads the consecration. 
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This is an important project for Putin, who visited on June 22 — three days before Russians set out to vote on major constitutional reforms that will likely consolidate his power.

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Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu visit the cathedral on June 22, 2020. 
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When he announced the project in September 2018, Putin said it would be “one more symbol of the indestructibility of our national traditions, of our loyalty to the memory of our forefathers and their achievements,” according to The Times of London

Over his 20 years as either Prime Minister or President of the Russian Federation, he has long glorified the military.

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