It is a special date for the concentration of historical events that occur on this day
January 20 is a date that attracts my intellectual curiosity in a special way. The reason is the concentration of historical events that occur on this day.
To begin with, Saint Sebastian is celebrated, the only saint who suffered double martyrdom. Also on this date, the presidents of the United States are sworn in every four years. But, above all, there is a coincident relationship between January 20, 1842 and 1942, which fascinates me by its historical significance.
In 1842, the Marian apparition to the Hebrew Regensburg took place in Rome, which made it instantly the only conversion recognized by the Church as miraculous. In this mariophony, the Immaculate asked the Jewish people to help and, interestingly, on January 20, 1942, the Wannsee Conference was held in Berlin, in which the Holocaust of the Jewish people – the Shoah – was agreed, delayed to that date by the bombing of Pearl Harbor, which forced the United States to go to war on the Immaculist on December 8.
Hitler would be defeated by the US but, the efficient cause was the consecration of the world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary by Pius XII on December 8, 1942, as requested in Fatima. “There are no mere coincidences in the designs of Providence,” John Paul II will say when his attack coincides with the Feast of Fatima. Theology of History on January 20 from the hand of the Immaculate.