The new movie “Fatima,” scheduled for release Aug. 28 in theaters and for on-demand home viewing, looks at the historical events surrounding the apparitions of the Virgin Mary to three young shepherd children in Portugal in 1917. The apparitions have since been approved by the Catholic church and two of the visionaries have been canonized saints. The movie looks at the story through the eyes of 10-year-old Lucia, who became a Carmelite nun. This week on “Catholic Review Radio,” Christopher Gunty talks with Dick Lyles, one of the producers of the movie, about the challenges of the project and the blessings that have come from it already.
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