Thanks for joining us in prayer and celebrating the First Annual Feast of Our Lady of Fatima Pilgrimage with us this past May 13th, 2022.
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Thanks to all of the priests, office staff, and parishioners of all 9 parishes who responded to Our Mother's Call for peace, prayer,s and fasting.
Lisa and Rose smiling in front of St. Catherine of Siena Church. We are excited to build a community of prayer pilgrims devoted in service to others.
Leila graciously placed a yellow rose for peace at the feet of Our Blessed Virgin.
We are all called to evangelize: "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations,.."Matt (28:19) Send us an email if you'd like to join our prayer group for peace, healing and conversion.
The 100 copies of our Fatima Prayer Handbook ran out quickly, so if you'd like a PDF copy of the rosary prayers & mysteries, email us at: Info@NYCPrayerPilgrimageforPeace.com
The urgency of Fatima's message in today's world? Join Father Chris Alar at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMi6iKhgdpI
Abbreviated Prayer to Our Lady of Fatima
is a one-day rosary pilgrimage to nine designated Catholic churches in New York City on May 13th, 2022 - the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima. Participants recite the rosary and devotions for world peace at the top of each hour, except for the opening rosary recitation which begins at 8:30 a.m. The Pilgrimage culminates with a Mass at 6 p.m. (see Novena Schedule).
Handouts with the rosary prayers will be available at every church. Prayer warriors can travel to all nine churches or attend as many rosary prayer sessions as desired. Coming together to pray as a community honors the Feast of Our Blessed Mother with the intention of pleading for peace in Ukraine and throughout the world.
Two Franciscan Sisters from Austria brought the idea of storming the altar to America in 1913 as an urgent request to help establish the Sisters of Perpetual Adoration Convent. After reciting the rosary for nine consecutive hours, the Capuchin Monastery of Saint Francis of Assisi in Milwaukee answered their prayers by assisting with the formation of the convent.
The NYC Pilgrimage for World Peace provides a timely call to action renewing Our Lady of Fatima's call for peace. On May 13th in 1917, Our Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to three shepherd children at Fatima in Portugal identifying herself as Our Lady of the Rosary. She gave them an urgent message to pray for world peace and to make sacrifices for the conversion of sinners. Her message was one of hope, repentance and conversion for the whole world.
"Pray the rosary everyday to obtain peace for the world and
the end of the war." —Our Lady of Fatima
8:30 AM St. Catherine of Siena
(411 E 68th St)
9 AM St. John Nepomucene
(411 E 66th St)
10 AM St. Monica
(413 E 79th St)
11 AM St. Joseph’s
(404 E 87th St)
12 PM LUNCH
1 PM Our Lady of Good Counsel
(230 E 90th St)
2 PM St. Thomas More
(65 E 89th St)
3 PM St. Ignatius Loyola
(980 Park Ave @ 84th St)
4 PM St. Jean Baptiste
(184 E 76th St - outside)
5 PM St. Vincent Ferrer
(869 Lexington Ave @ 66th St)
5:15 PM Divine Mercy Prayer
5:30 PM Dominican Rosary
6:00 PM Mass
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