May 8 is on Our Lady of Pompeii. The first few paragraphs introduces us to Bartolo Longo. We read about how he restored the dilapidated church in October 1873. In 1875 he obtained a well worn painting of Our Lady of the Rosary and had it restored. There is then a paragraph about a young visionary and we then learn that a sanctuary was built and consecrated in 1891. Many miracles are attributed to the intercession of Our Lady of Pompeii.
May 13 is on Our Lady of Fatima. The first paragraphs are about the apparition to the three children. There are several paragraphs on the miracle of the sun. There are then brief mentions of the death of two children, the assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II, the beatification of the two children and the release of the third part of the secret. The author wisely steers clear of the controversies surrounding the third secret and the consecration of Russia.
September 19 is on Our Lady of La Salette. The first few paragraphs are on the apparition to the children. The words of Our Lady are given at great length. The section ends with its approval and a Memorare to Our Lady of La Salette. Once again, the author has wisely made no mention of the subsequent behaviour of Melanie and the controversies surrounding the secret.
September 25 is on Our Lady of Walsingham. Mention is first made of Richeldis de Faverches and her visions of Our Lady. It is then noted that by the Middle Ages, Walsingham had become one of the greatest pilgrimage sites in all of Europe. Its destruction at the time of the Protestant Reformation is then mentioned followed by its restoration. The section ends with a delightful prayer to Our Lady of Walsingham.
This book is to be commended for its promotion of devotion to Our Lady.