The Tour for Peace RV Motorhome arrived in New Jersey at the National Blue Army Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima on Easter Sunday. Today the International Pilgrim Virgin Statue will begin traveling throughout New Jersey, beginning with Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church in Piscataway. Please continue to pray for us as we make our
Catholic Herald by Kevin Wondrash MADISON — While there have not been any reported apparitions of the Blessed Mother in the Diocese of Madison recently, her presence was greatly felt. From September 26 to September 29, the Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima made stops in the diocese as part of its U.S.
The Diocese of Sioux Falls welcomes the International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima June 2018 June 5 1 Pm to 7:30 PM St. Thomas Newman Ctr 320 E Cherry Vermillion, SD 57069 June 6 9 AM to 8:30 PM St. Magdalen 417 E 6th Ave Lennox, SD 57039 June 7 Noon to
The Fatima Tour for Peace will be in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, October 8-13. Pictured are host parishes, Holy Cross in Minneapolis and St. John the Baptist in New Brighton.
It was the next morning after the event. The Pilgrim Virgin Statue had been hosted by the beautiful parish family of St. Agnes Cathedral in Rockville Center, NY, and many hearts had been moved. This included the heart of one very special lady and dedicated volunteer at the Blue Army Shrine here in Washington, NJ – Mrs. Dorothy
Journeying with the Blessed Mother Bishop Larry Silva sent us a short reflection to ponder as we venerate the Pilgrim Virgin of Fatima in Hawaii: The Virgin Mary made three long journeys when she was carrying Jesus in her womb: from Nazareth to the hill country of Judah to visit her relative Elizabeth, and the
Nov 2 3PM-7:30 PM Dallas Conference – Mary Immaculate Parish 2800 Valwood Pkwy Farmers Branch, TX Nov 3 7AM-7PM Dallas Conference – Irving Convention Center 500 W Las Colinas Blvd Irving, TX Nov 4 7AM-3PM Dallas Conference – Irving Convention Center 500 W Las Colinas Blvd Irving, TX Nov 5
By John Burger, Aleteia.org As the Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady tours the United States, one man has much to be grateful for. Jim didn’t always feel comfortable being in church. As a man with same-sex attraction, he felt that the regulars would sit in judgment of him. God knows he tried. As a young
From the Inbox: I was blessed to have been able to visit the traveling Blessed Mother statue while on her travels in Michigan this past summer. I must tell you I was raised Protestant and I was very outspoken regarding the “Praying to the Blessed Mother”…or what I had perceived it to be. My husband
marina posted on May 22, 2016 09:46 The Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima visited our church and thousands of Catholics came to venerate and pray before the Blessed Mother. Over a thousand people including: our school children, parishioners from our own church, other parishes in Brooklyn, members of our New York City Police