At each apparition Our Lady said: "Pray the rosary every day..."
If today were not Sunday, it would be the feast of Our Lady of Fatima. My devotion to Our Lady of the Rosary and Our Lady of Mt. Carmel expanded under the influence of the Fatima message. I was four or five years old when I first became attached to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel through the scapular devotion, and I suppose in first or second grade, when I learned how to say the rosary. I learned about Fatima around the time of my First Communion, and was deeply impressed. I remain devoted to Our Lady of Fatima today.
I must admit, I've never been comfortable with Fatima devotees however. I attended devotions, all night vigils, and so on, but kept to myself. While in Fatima, I also kept very much to myself. For some reason, I could never sustain an interest in the sensational aspects of the Fatima call, or the fear mongering and condemnations leveled against... well pretty much anyone not devoted to Fatima. When I was little, I was intrigued to know what the Third Secret was all about, but after the Holy Father decided in 1960 it wasn't to be revealed to the public, and the world didn't end, it made little difference to me. The other secrets were always enough for me to try and live up to. They remain so now when I am older.
Similarly, I'm still not fond of Fatima cultists. Unlike many of them, I actually believe all of the secrets have been revealed and that the consecration Our Lady requested has been accomplished. That said, I'm not sure every aspect of the secret has been fulfilled - in fact, I think it unlikely. Not to worry however, as Our Lady promised Lucia:
"My Immaculate Heart will be your refuge and the way that will lead you to God ..."