5) In October 1983 Pope John Paul II, at the Synod of Bishops, renews the 1982 Consecration.
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Debate centers on whether consecrating “the world” counts for consecrating “Russia.” There have been at least 7 consecrations by Popes to the Immaculate Heart: 1) On October 31 1942, Pope Pius XII performed the Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary for the entire world.
2) On July 7 1952, Pope Pius XII consecrated the Peoples of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary by his apostolic letter Just as a few years ago We consecrated the entire human race to the Immaculate Heart of the Virgin Mary, Mother of God, so today We consecrate and in a most special manner We entrust all the peoples of Russia to this Immaculate Heart.” 3) On November 21, 1964 Pope Paul VI renews, in the presence of the Fathers of the Vatican Council but without their participation, the consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart.
If Russia were duly consecrated, wouldn’t she be converted and wouldn’t we be living in “a period of peace granted to the world” as promised by Mary?
Since Russia has not yet converted and since we are not in a period of peace, the consecration of Russia, they say, has not happened.