District Superior Fr. Arnaud Rostand in his last Letter to Friends and Benefactors wrote: “entrust all our apostolates, in particular your families, your souls, and our schools to Our Blessed Mother, whom you will receive as a pilgrim in your chapels. She is the most powerful source of fidelity; she is the faithful Virgin” (Regina Coeli Report, July-August 2014) and thus began the efforts to promote and honor Our Lady of Fatima Pilgrim Virgin throughout the United States. For more information, please visit http://sspx.org/fatima
To assist in this great work, this special Devotional Book was prepared to help readers welcome and honor Our Lady of Fatima. This wonderful book is a guide for prayers and a source of information about the main events of Fatima, in particular the words Our Lady said to the children. In the Devotions section, you will find notes about the main practical means to honor Our Lady. Besides Meditations for the Rosary and the Way of the Cross, it also offers clear texts about the rosary, the priniciple traditional prayers and hymns to our Lady, both in Latin and English. the meaning of the consecration, as well as of the most touching titles our Lady has been given through the ages.
With Stories and Miracles, you will find encouragement and examples to engage others to enter into this devotion. This book should be a way to enter into, renew, and improve your devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, a key point of the revelations of Fatima.
With my blessing, I invite you to discover the Devotional Book. — Fr. Jürgen Wegner, US District Superior
246 pp. Softcover.
|Apparitions & Ceremony||5|
|What is the Pilgrim Statue?||7|
|History of Fatima||8|
|Prayers & Devotions||53|
|Consecrations to the Immaculate Heart of Mary||87|
|Devotions to Our Lady||95|
|Way of the Cross||114|
|Mass of the Immaculate Heart of Mary||126|
|Litany to the Blessed Virgin Mary||150|
|Stories & Readings||185|
|Stories & Miracles||187|
|Resources: Books & Audio||226|
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