Fatima Pilgrimage

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The pilgrimage ends with an agape (shared meal) at the parish house.

Fátima, 130 km north of  Lissabon, has been associated with events in which three local children, Lúcia dos Santos and her cousins, Francisco and Jacinta Marto, purportedly saw visions of a woman known as Our Lady of Fátima, since believed by the Catholic Church to be the Virgin Mary. On 13 May 1917, whilst guarding their families' sheep in the Cova da Iria, the children first claimed to have seen an apparition of a "lady dressed in white" and shining with a bright light. The Marto siblings were beatified on 13 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II. The devotion through Our Lady of Fátima attracts millions of Christian pilgrims to Fátima.

Date & time
Mi., 12/06/2024
Mi., 10/07/2024
Mi., 14/08/2024
Mi., 11/09/2024
Mi., 09/10/2024
Datum Starts at: 19:00
Pfarrkirche "Unsere liebe Frau Maria Himmelfahrt
Dorf 93
6232 Münster
Hoferkapelle nähe Reha-Zentrum
6232 Münster