Sharing Fatima’s Message Anew Apostolates Begin 100th Anniversary Celebration by Jim Graves, Register Correspondent Sunday, Mar 20, 2016 9:10 AM Comments (23) A century ago, in the spring of 1916, the Angel of Peace appeared for the first time to three small children in Fatima, Portugal. The angel appeared two more times, preparing the children
Bishop Robert Baker consecrated the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama to the Immaculate Heart of Mary before the International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima, on Saturday, Jan. 14, at the Cathedral of St. Paul during the Fatima Centennial U.S. Tour for Peace visitation.
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
As we get closer to the launch date of our coast-to-coast campaign, the Fatima Centennial Tour for Peace, I am reflecting on my current role as the custodian or escort of Our Lady. I feel unworthy but honored to travel with the world-famous International Pilgrim Virgin Statue. Why me? I often ask Our Lady. There
The Handmaids of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in New Ulm, MN asked for 5 more minutes with the statue on the night of October 16. The statue custodian joked with them that they would have to sing. And they did! Listen to their beautiful serenade to the Blessed Mother.
David Carollo recently hosted the Winds of Change Radio Show, and had special guest, Patrick Sabat, who shared his personal history as the custodian of the International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Fatima and the purpose of the pilgrim virgin statue program.
Catholic Radio host Dina Marie Hale discusses the Fatima Tour for Peace in Portland, Ore., with David Carollo and Barb Ernster. Learn more about the importance of First Saturday devotions and how the August apparition changed the children of Fatima, 8/3/2017.
By Dan Wagner – Patrick and I had a particularly busy schedule on April 25. We had wrapped up a really great visit to a little country Church and ended the day of prayer and adoration with a procession out of the Church and up to the RV. We were assisted by both the Knights
The International Pilgrim Virgin Statue visited the EWTN Chapel on January 12, 2017 as part of its tour through Alabama. She was present during the Mass, and Fr. Joseph Mary gave an inspiring homily on the story and history of the statue, the Fatima message, and Mary’s presence in our lives today. Homily begins at 5:42.
Dear [Mr. Carollo:] As we get ready to celebrate Mother’s Day tomorrow we felt it was time to reach out to you. It’s been just over a month since the statue of Our Lady visited our parish and this email is long overdue. The experience of our parish was like so many others have and
By Erin GallagherChicago Tribune/Daily Southtown Hundreds of Roman Catholics came to Mokena Tuesday to view the statue of Mary, the mother of Jesus, known as Our Lady of Fatima, on display at St. Mary’s Church. The statue, known as the Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Fatima, is on a two-year U.S. “Tour for Peace,” to commemorate