I numbered the points so others can correct me… We “know”: 1. Conchita knows the day, month, year of the miracle. She said the virgin told her. 2. The reference to to young martyr of the Eucharist comes from the following excerpt from She Went With Haste to the Mountain: “Conchita accepted the joke in good humor and laughed. But suddenly she became quiet and seemed to concentrate; her face lit up; and with her hands joined on her chest, she began to speak: «The Miracle will be on the feastday of a young martyr of the Eucharist, a boy who carried Communion to persecuted Christians. His companions, on seeing him pass by, wanted to force him to stay and take part in their games. Infuriated by his resistance, they ended up hurling stones at him until he was left almost dead. Later a Christian soldier came, who recognized him and carried him in his arms. One of those present exclaimed: Oh, that's St. Tarcisius!» Conchita, without saying a word, as if she hadn't heard, turned back to her pastries. After dinner ended and Conchita had left, those at the table exchanged their impressions. The oldest in the group concluded: It seems that Conchita saw this scene in an ecstasy, but without understanding what martyr it was. I don't think she even knows his name.” Certainly none of the saints listed on the old saints calendar in March, April or May fits the above story. Tarcisius does. 3. Conchita at some point looked up the day of the miracle and told Fr. Luna the saint’s name on the calendar for the miracle day was an unusual “rare name” (evidently not Spanish). 4. We DO NOT KNOW if the saint’s name listed on the calendar for that date is the same saint that Conchita describes in her “ecstasy”. The possibility remains that St Tarcisius’s feast day could be moved… It could very well be that the two are different saints (one listed for that day in 1960s Roman calendar, and the young boy martyr). Someone, at some point, said (speculated?) that Conchita knows the saint’s name because she looked it up on the calendar. Has Conchita ever said that she knows the name of the saint? And if so, did she expressly say she knows it from looking at the date on the calendar? Or is this speculation? Soooo Tarcisius could have his feast moved or it is another obscure (unrecognized) saint without a feast day, with the same story ? 5. The Miracle is most likely in April according to Glenn. 6. So consider this: Conchita is told the exact day, Month and year of the Miracle. She looks the day and month on the old Roman April saint calendar and possibly (from my research of the old calendar) sees the following: 9th Saint Casilda 10th Blessed James Oldo 11th Saint Stanislaus, bishop and martyr 12th Saint Teresa of Los Andes 13th Saint Martin I, pope and martyr 14th Blessed Peter Gonzalez 15th Blessed Caesar de Bus 16th Saint Bernadette Soubirous 6. Remember, we only know this is who was listed for the day. We do not know if it is the same saint described in her ecstasy. Which one would make her say it is a “rare” (not Spanish) name? Certainly not Peter Gonzalez. Certainly not Theresa of the Andes. Certainly not Caesar. She was also probably familiar with the names Martin and James. Casilda is a Spanish name, but obscure. Stanislaus and Bernadette remain. April 11 or 16. 7…. April 11 or 16th on a Thursday. In an even year. Someone do the math. I don't care what day or year. We must always be ready. And we will all know the miracle is coming because we will have experienced the Warning. I don't share the view that the Miracle "within the same year" is more certain than "within the same 12 months" of the Warning. Translation creates misunderstandings and both statements were made. Look at this video with Loli 2:30 in: 8 Any, and all of this does not matter. All prophesy is conditional and has a certain amount of flexibility. God is in charge. He can cancel the Warning and Miracle completely (especially if we repented beforehand). I just want to point out by this that those who think it is important to know the date are completely wrong. What is important is our conversion! NOW! That is the point of this post. Now please correct me.