O My Jesus: The Meaning of the Fátima Prayer

by Stephen Bullivant and Luke Arredondo
Publisher: Paulist Press

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AudienceCatholic Interest


The so-called “Fátima prayer," O my Jesus, surely ranks among the Church's most popular prayers. In the space of just twenty-nine words, it broaches some of the great themes of Christianity: sin, forgiveness, mercy, heaven, hell. The author offers here reflections on this prayer, resulting in a work of popular theology and spiritual writing.


Stephen Bullivant is senior lecturer in theology and ethics in the School of Education, Theology and Leadership at Saint Mary’s University, Twickenham, London. In June 2010, he was awarded the Catholic Theological Society of America’s “Catherine Mowry LaCugna Award for New Scholars.” He is the author of Faith and Unbelief (Paulist Press, 2014).

Luke Arredondo and his wife, Elena, recently relocated to Florida after he earned his MA at Notre Dame Seminary, studying under Dr. Brant Pitre and Dr. Nathan Eubank. He is currently enrolled in a PhD program in religion, ethics and philosophy.