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
The world-famous international Pilgrim Virgin Statue is just landed in Anchorage for a July 26-30 stop as part of a two-year U.S. tour for peace. The goal of this tour is to bring the graces of Fatima to the American people and help a new generation learn, live and spread the message of Fatima —
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
Dec 4 8AM Mass, All day adoration until 4:15 Benediction, 6:30 PM Rosary at St. Bernard St John’s 580 Columbus Ave Benton Harbor Dec 5 8AM Mass, 5PM St. Bernard St Bernard 555 East Delaware Ave Benton Harbor Dec 6 9AM Mass St John, 11AM & 12:30 St Bernard St. John, St Bernard Benton Harbor
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.
An epic journey. A critical message that must be spread. The Fatima Centennial US Tour for Peace
By Jane DonahueChicago Tribune/Naperville Sun Thirty years after the Virgin Mary appeared six times to three young children in the mountains of Fatima in 1917, two statues based on the description of one those children were carved from mahogany. One has a permanent home in the Chapel of Apparitions in Fatima, Portugal. The other –