About Signs & Wonders for Our Times

About Signs & Wonders for Our Times

Signs of the Times Apostolate Inc. was founded over 25 years ago to promote and spread heaven’s messages all around the world.  We are comprised of a group of lay and religious workers whose primary objective is to live and spread Our Lady’s messages of prayer, fasting, faith, conversion and peace.

We are affiliated with the prayer movement 40 Days of Prayer and Fasting for Peace, as well as the International Week of Prayer and Fasting.  We publish and distribute books and other media, and produce the magazine Signs and Wonders for Our Times. 

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Dedication

St. Francis de Sales

Signs and Wonders for Our Times magazine is dedicated to Saint Francis de Sales, bishop and doctor of the Holy Catholic Church. Articles published in this magazine regarding apparitions do not reflect the editor’s or the apostolate’s preference, nor importance of one apparition over another. It is simply the wish of this organization to inform the readership of approved apparitions, and specific apparitions and locutions currently being investigated.

We respectfully recognize and accept that the final authority regarding apparitions and locutions presently reported around the world rests with the Holy See of Rome, to whose judgement we humbly submit. Pope Paul VI’s directive on October 14, 1966, states that with the abolition of Canons 1399 and 2318 of the former Canonical Code: “Publications about new appearances, revelations, prophecies, miracles, etc., have been allowed to be distributed and read by the faithful without the express permission of the Church and no longer require a ‘Nihil Obstat’ or ‘Imprimatur,’ providing they contain nothing which contravenes faith and morals.”

Finally, we also abide by what Pope Urban VIII (1623-44) stated:

“In cases which concern private revelations, it is better to believe, for if you believe and it was proven true, you will be happy that you have believed because our Holy Mother Church asked it. If you believe and it should be proven false, you will receive all blessings as if proven true, because you believed it to be true. ‘Blessed are they who believed and yet have not seen’ (John 20:29).”