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Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima: Pilgrim Statue visits Ireland

Schedule of Visit in Ireland 2017

Theme:”The Urgent Call for Prayer and Reparation: The Appeal of Our Lady of Fatima” Our Lady of Fatima 2017 schedule IrelandOur Lady's statue in Fatima, Portugal

Wed 1st March: Arrives Dublin airport from Rome. 13:35
Thur 2nd: Dublin City University – 13:05pm Holy Mass.
Afternoon /Evening Dominican Priory, Dundalk, Co. Louth
Fri 3rdSun 12th: Northern Ireland.
Sun 12th March: Pro-Cathedral, Dublin.
Evening Holy Mass celebrated by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin.
Mon 13th March: Morning – Naas, Co. Kildare,
The Church of Our lady and St. David . 10am Holy Mass.
Evening – Cathedral of the Assumption, Carlow. 7.30pm Holy Mass,
celebrated by Bishop Denis Nulty
Tues 14th March: Morning – Enniscorty, Co. Wexford.
10am Holy Mass – St. Senan’s followed by procession to St. Aidan’s
Cathedral for 18:10pm Holy Mass.
Wed 15th March: Morning – Killester, Dublin–St. Brigid’s Church
10am Holy Mass, celebrated by Fr. Liam O’Cuiv
Malahide – Church of the Sacred Heart, Yellow Walls. Holy Mass 7.30pm
Thurs 16th March: Morning – 11am – John’s Lane, Dublin. Fr. John Daly.
Evening & overnight: Convent of Sisters of Missionaries of Charity, South
Circular Rd – (Private visit).
Friday 17th : Morning – Balgaddy Rd, Lucan. Divine Mercy Church –
9:15am Holy Mass.
Afternoon / Evening : Hill of Slane, Co. Meath. Outdoor venue –
weather permitting – Reception of Our Lady by Bishop Michael Smith.
Sat 18th March: Morning, Rathcoole, Co Dublin. – Church of the Holy
Family. 10:30am Holy Mass . Afternoon – 1pm Pilgrim statue departs for
travel to Sligo to arrive 4pm.

Sat 18th March – Sligo, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception 6pm.

Sun 19th March – Morning: Sligo, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Holy Masses,

Evening: Leitrim, Ballinaglera Parish 6pm

Mon 20th March – Mayo, Church of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar – procession 6pm

Tue 21st March – Ss Peter & Pauls Church Athlone,6pm

Wed 22nd March – Galway, Emmanuel House, Clonfert – procession 11am.

Thur 23rd March – Galway, Emmanuel House, Clonfert

Fri 24th March: Clare / Limerick

Ennis Cathedral for 10am Mass

Sat 25th March: Kerry

Sun 26th – 27th March: Cork

Tues 28th March: Waterford

Wed 29th March: Tipperary

Our Lady of Fatima 2017 schedule Ireland.pdf

Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to Fatima Shrine 12th-13th May

Pope Benedict XVI in Fatima 13th May 2010

Pope visits Fatima on 13th May 2010

Pope Benedict XVI visits at the Fatima Shrine

Pope Benedict XVI visiting Fatima Shrine

Pope's visit to Fatima  May 2010

Pope's visit to Fatima Shrine 12th May 2010

Pope gunman wants to visit Fatima shrine


Mehmet Ali Ağca, who shot Pope John Paul II, wants to attend annual ceremonies at Portugal’s Fatima shrine and meet with Pope Benedict XVI, who is also scheduled to attend, his lawyer said on Thursday.

Lawyer Hacı Ali Özhan told the Associated Press he has written to Portugal’s president and prime minister seeking permission for Ağca to travel there for the May 13 event. A letter was also sent to the Vatican, requesting a meeting between Benedict and Ağca at Fatima, Özhan said. Neither Lisbon or the Vatican have replied to the March 16 letters, which were made available to the AP. Ağca was released from prison in January after completing a sentence for the 1979 killing of Turkish newspaper editor Abdi İpekçi. Ağca shot John Paul II on May 13, 1981, as the pope rode in an open car in St. Peter’s Square, during a period in which he had escaped from prison. The pontiff was hit in the abdomen, left hand and right arm. The motive for the attack remains a mystery.

Information taken form Today’s Zaman portal  http://www.todayszaman.com

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