Fr. Robert J. Fox - Brief Bio.

Fr. Robert J. Fox
He is known as the Fatima Priest - Fr. Robert J. Fox and
founder of the Fatima Family Apostolate.  He was born in Watertown, South Dakota in 1927.  His father, Aloysius Fox, was a farmer. Fox was raised in a religious family and developed a vocation at an early age. After graduating from Watertown High School Fox studied at St John's University, an all-male Benedictine liberal arts college in rural Minnesota between 1947 and 1950. Fox graduated from the St Paul Seminary in 1955.  (More on WikiPedia) (More from Fishers of Men )

Fr. Robert J. Fox has a mission to young people, and a message to proclaim: there is another way to live, God's way. In order to say this, however, he must demonstrate that way in his own life.

Fr. Fox has a truly international public that includes Cardinals and members of the Roman Curia. Yet they have not drawn him out of his simplicity of life and its roots in the fields and farms of So
Autobiography of Fr. Foxuth Dakota.
On the contrary he has drawn them into his simple vision, a vision of the Mystical Body of Christ, the Christ who has known hard work, suffering, and great love. 

In 1971, Cardinal John Wright, the Prefect for the Congregation of the Clergy asked him to write six books as part of the General Catechetical Directory kept at the Vatican. Fox did so and started a prolific career with well over 50 books to his credit as at 2005 and that say year, of 2005, he published an autobiography A Priest is a Priest Forever - 50 years in Christ's holy priesthood.

As author and journalist, as television personality, and has been a leader in the World Apostolate of Fatima. In all, however, he is a priest, and he touches the lives of his people -- particularly young people -- by living the life of Jesus, human in its tenderness and intimacy, divine in the fact that it knows no limit.
Catholic Magazine Immaculate Heart Messenger is the quarterly magazine which goes to thousands of Catholic families across the world and brings readers teachings of sound Catholic faith and morals.
His is the Editor of a a Most Colorful Catholic Magazine indeed, the Immaculate Messenger Magazine began publication in 1994 and quickly  established itself as the definitive magazine of Catholic teachings and family life.

The Immaculate Heart Messenger is the quarterly magazine which goes to thousands of Catholic families across the world and brings readers teachings of sound Catholic faith and morals in harmony with the teachings of the Universal Church.

His latest book Masculinity: The Gentle Man ~  A comment from:  Johnnette Benkovic, EWTN Sharing His Life Abundantly, Founder & President of - Women of Grace:  "A book like Masculinity: the Gentle Man underscores, highlights, and defines again those traits, characteristics, gifts, a
Fatima is Forever booknd graces that belong to the male person rightly understood, And, in so doing, perhaps women, too, will find their way back to what God intended from all eternity, even as man rediscovers the vision of himself that God intentioned. ... Thank you, Father Robert J. Fox, for reminding us of the truth."

With the death of Sr. Lucia on February 13, 2005, and the resulting increased explosive interest in Fatima throughout the world, followed soon by the death of Pope John Paul II, the special Fatima Pope, need was seen for still another book on Fatima by the priest who was first called “the Fatima priest.” 
Fatima is Forever shares the special spiritual bond between Sr. Lucia and Pope John Paul II

Fr. Fox has regularly appeared on “Mother Angelica Live” and has produced series for Mother Angelica since she got started 26 years ago.  In his golden years had offers the Mass at
Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament, Hanceville, which is part of Our Lady of the Angeles Monastery where Foundress of EWTN Mother Angelica lives.

Messages from the Heart of Our Mothernal artist, Mark Sanislo, painted the portrait "The Nun of the Media" which you see on the cover of this issue of the Immaculate Heart Messenger. He had the permission of Mother Angelica's Poor Clare Nuns to paint their founder of Our Lady of Angeles Monastery and Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament.

The portrai
t also manifests the EWTN power of prayer which comes from the Poor Clare Nuns of Perpetual Adoration who have backed up Mother's global media work. Mother herself is seen at the switchboard of Eternal Word Television Network [EWTN] with her Rosary in hand.

The Fatima Family Apostolate was started at the encouragement of the Pontifical Council for the Laity, and is endorsed by the Vatican's Pontifical Council for the Family.

It is now an international Apostolate, having members all over the world.  The Fatima Family Apostolate's website:

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