Cecchin says that there are “warning signs” which show that an apparition is false, “Would a mother want to punish her children by sending them illness, death…?” he sentimentalises. His answer, “Not at all.” According to him, apparitions that speak of God’s punishments “are absolutely false.”
Consequently, the Gospels are “false” because Christ warns more of hell than he promises heaven.
The apparitions of Fatima, recognised by the Church, are also “false” because they warn of hell and contain a terrifying vision. The visionaries, little children, are told by Our Lady to atone for the sinners “so that God will not have to punish them too much” and that most of the souls in hell are there for sins against chastity.