Mary Mother of God appeared to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal six times in 1917, every 13th of the month, May to October. We are entrusted to Our Lady of Fatima as patron saint of our parish.
Pray the Rosary
On May 1, 2015 we began a campaign to say one million rosaries by October 2017. We are proud to announce that our goal has already been surpassed! The tally is now 1,344,105.
Thank you to all our parishioners and Catholics from around the world who have honored Our Lady by keeping her wish of saying the rosary for the conversion of Russia, world peace and our special intentions.
Please tally your rosaries for this campaign to now reach two million by the closing of this pilgrimage year, October 29, 2017.
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During the Fatima Centennial, we invite all children and youth to learn about Our Lady of Fatima's message in a really fun way by entering our Kids Trivia Contest. During May through October, with every 1st Bulletin of month, six questions per age group are posted. Contestants must submit their answers to the Parish Office or in the collection basket by Wednesday of the 2nd week of month. Download this month's Trivia Contest Entry Form.
We also invite children and youth to enter our Kids Art Contest. What a beautiful way to show devotion to our Holy Mother! All entries must have a Fatima theme, such as events or people surrounding Our Lady’s apparitions. Please read Art Contest Official Rules for details. Starting May 1st, children may submit their work of art at the Parish Office. All entries must be submitted by October 13th. Download an official Art Contest Entry Form.
Parish Pioneer Project
For the Fatima Centennial, we asked “parish pioneers” what it has meant to be members of the parish with our Blessed Mother as the patroness. Throughout the year, we will feature their stories along with ministry histories, archive photos, and descriptions of parish architecture and art. For the full collection, go to Our Stories.