2014 International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima – San Francisco Tour


International Pilgrim Virgin to Visit Star of the Sea Church

January 7, 2014 Schedule

7:30 AM Traditional Latin Low Mass; followed by the praying of the rosary

10:00 AM Talk given by the official custodian, Mr. Carl Malburg

12:00 PM English Mass; followed by the praying of the rosary

The Pilgrim Virgin Statue will also be brought to other parishes around the Archdiocese of San Francisco. View the updated schedule here.

In a program that will involve many of the parishes in the Archdiocese of San Francisco, the International Pilgrim Virgin Statue from Fatima will be at the Star of the Sea Church on Tuesday, January 7th, 2014. This statue is an exact replica of the statue from the famous shrine of Our Lady in Fatima and has traveled throughout the world many times over. You may recall that the Church officially approves the apparitions and message of Our Lady to the three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal from May through October of 1917. Many graces have been received by those who fervently and faithfully approach Our Lady in prayer. She has touched many hearts to bring conversions to those present and their loved ones. Her message is one that our modern world often does not want to hear, but needs to hear. It is the message of the Gospel. The official custodian, Mr. Carl Malburg, will be present to give a talk at 10:00 AM, followed by the praying of the rosary. The Traditional Latin Mass will be celebrated at 7:30 AM, and there will be the English Mass at noon, both followed by the praying of the rosary. Our day with Our Lady will conclude after the rosary that will follow the noon Mass.

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