A blessed journey

I scoured the whole country for months in search of the appropriate RV Motorhome for our Fatima Centennial Tour for Peace. I finally found it waiting in Phoenix, Arizona. It is 2,000 miles away from where I live in Munster, Indiana. But it is way cheaper and “newer” than most used RVs I looked everywhere including Florida, Texas, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Pennsylvania. It has only 30,000 miles and 250 hours on its generator. For a diesel engine, this is close to nothing.

Last week, I flew to Arizona to pick it up and drive it through New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Illinois, then to Indiana.

Rev. Albert Miranda, Diocese of Tucson, with statue custodian Patrick Sabat, blessed his 4-day, 2000 mile journey with the RV Motorhome, from Arizona to Indiana. The motorhome will be painted for the Fatima Centennial Tour for Peace, visiting 100 Dioceses in all the 50 States!
Statue custodian Patrick Sabat with Rev. Albert Miranda, Diocese of Tucson, who blessed his 4-day, 2000-mile journey from Arizona to Indiana with the RV motorhome. The RV will be branded for the Fatima Centennial Tour for Peace, and begin travels to 100 Dioceses in all the 50 States!

Providentially, a friend has been newly ordained for the Diocese of Tucson.  Fr. Albert Miranda gladly welcomed me in his parish of Sts. Peter and Paul. I asked him to bless my 4-day journey back to Indiana. The official blessing of the RV will be at the day of the launch at the Blue Army Shrine in Washington, New Jersey, March 21!

May we bring the authentic message of Our Lady to the whole country, using Her magnificent statue in this RV Motorhome, the home of the true Pilgrim Virgin.

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