Diocese of Down & Connor


The pilgrim statue will visit the following churches at the following times:

Sunday 12th March 2017


St. Peter’s Cathedral, Belfast

8.45 a.m. Arrival of the Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima

9 a.m. Mass

10 Devotions including Rosary, Enrolment in The Brown Scapular, Consecration to The Immaculate Heart of Mary

11 a.m. Solemn Mass with music by Schola Cantorum

12 noon Departure of the Pilgrim Statue for public rosary procession to St. Paul’s Church

Public Rosary Procession

12 noon The Angelus

12 Public rosary procession commences outside St. Peter’s Cathedral commencing to St. Paul’s Church, kindly stewarded by The Legion of Mary

St. Paul’s Church, Belfast

12.45 p.m. (est) Arrival of the Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima

12.50 p.m. Prayers and devotions

2 p.m. Farewell to Our Lady of Fatima as the Pilgrim Statue leaves Belfast and journeys to St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral in Dublin


Archdiocese of Dublin


Sunday 12th March 2017


St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral, Dublin

6.30 p.m. Mass celebrated by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin




The statue of Our Lady of Fatima is being brought to Ireland by The Alliance of The Two Hearts and Alliance of The Holy Family International. There will be mass rosary, adoration, consecration of homes and families to the Immaculate Heart of Mary and Sacred Heart of Jesus and enrolment in the brown scapular for those who wish to do so.

All prayer groups and prayer banners welcome. You are also welcome to bring roses to present to Our Lady and a white handkerchief to wave (Fatima tradition) to venues and rose petals to the procession on Sunday. Children are welcome to come dressed as little shepherds. You can follow the pilgrimage to Ireland on facebook at facebook.com/FatimaComestoIreland


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