January 10, 2012
Nancy Fowler Passed Away
Dear Friends of Our Loving Mother, with sadness we announce to you that the
Visionary of Conyers, Georgia, known as Nancy Fowler, passed away on Jan 10,
2012, at 11:50pm. She died of cancer. A funeral Mass was already celebrated for
the repose of her soul and she has been laid to rest. She is now with God.
Nancy Fowler was born on April 11, 1948, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. At the age
of 11 years, her mother passed away. Shortly after that, in the silence of her
room, as she was mourning the loss of her mother, she had a profound experience
with the Sacred Heart of Jesus. She also felt the closeness of the Mother of God
and at that moment entrusted herself to her motherly care. Years later, she
would speak of this beautiful experience to which she attributed the reason for
not having ever gotten in trouble throughout her childhood. After a normal
childhood, she went on to become a registered nurse, which she carried out with
dedication. She was a married woman with two beautiful children.
On Feb 2, 1987, Nancy had her most profound encounter with Christ that would
forever change her life. In a time of great suffering, the Lord appeared to her
merciful and kind . She described the event, "He stood before me life-sized, His
humanity clothed in a robe of dazzling white with long open sleeves. He bore a
resemblance to the image of Divine Mercy. His piercing eyes, filled with love,
compassion and forgiveness seemed to penetrate the very depths of my soul... I
was enveloped in His love... No one on earth can paint the Divine image that I
was privileged to see or describe the complete happiness that I experienced at
Nancy will also be remembered by many for saying "YES" to God, especially in
Conyers, Georgia, USA, where for a period of 8 years from October 13, 1990 to
October 13, 1998, Jesus sent His own Mother Mary to communicate heavenly
messages calling all of humanity, but especially the United States, to
conversion. She traveled around the country and abroad bearing witness to her
central mission as Jesus revealed it to her, that is, "To Bear Witness that I am
the Living Son of God." Many of her deep experiences with Christ and his Kingdom
were written down.
The last three years of her life, she suffered very much and bore her terminal
illness heroically. She offered all her sufferings for the conversion of sinners
and for the souls in Purgatory, but what she had most at heart during this time
was to pray and suffer for all Priests, both living and deceased. Although she
prayed for a healing, she also prayed for God's will to be done in her life. She
prepared well for death, knowing that all of us must face this reality one day.
Just a few days before she died, in my presence, she had a wonderful experience.
She saw the Mother of God descend with the person of the Holy Spirit and she was filled
with serenity. Her Spiritual Director administered the last sacraments to her in
her room where she was dying. When the time to give up her soul was drawing
close, she prayed, "Lord, I want what you want. Your will and not mine be done
always." With that in mind, she expired, leaving a rich and beautiful spiritual
legacy which her friends hope to continue to promote faithfully.
May this beautiful soul, Nancy, the Visionary of Conyers, who touched the lives
of so many people and helped many come back to our Loving God, intercede for us
that we, too, may be worthy of the promises of Christ.
Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May
she rest in peace!
Written by Nancy's Spiritual Director, who was at her bedside during the last
week of her life.