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Our Lady of Fatima

100 years of stories, prayers, and devotions.

ISBN13: 9781632531582

ISBN10: 1632531585

Publisher: Servant Books

Extent: 186 pages

Binding: Paperback

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  • On May 13, 1917, the Virgin Mary first revealed herself to a trio of shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal. She would appear to them five more times over the course of the year until the great miracle of the sun on October 13, 1917. She brought a message of love and peace that was heard around the world a sorely-needed antidote to the ravages of World War I. To mark the 100th anniversary of the apparitions, Donna-Marie Cooper O Boyle provides a one-stop guide to the tradition, history and spirituality of Our Lady of Fatima, including the testimonies of those who have made the pilgrimage and prayers for those who share this devotion.
    In Our Lady of Fatima, award-winning author, journalist, pilgrimage host and host of EWTN s Everyday Blessings for Catholic Moms and Catholic Mom's Cafe Donna-Marie Cooper O Boyle offers a mini-Fatima retreat an armchair pilgrimage, if you will. This collection of prayers, testimonies and reflections will bring to life the events of Fatima and help you find ways to apply Mary s Fatima message to the nitty-gritty details of your daily life.
    Each chapter begins with a quote by or about the Blessed Mother before delving into a key aspect of the story of Mary s appearances to nine-year-old Lucia Santos and her cousins, Jacinta and Francisco Marto. A prayer, a simple reflection and a doable call to action transform this book from a simple historical retelling into a practical devotional.
    The Blessed Mother s Fatima message is needed now more than ever. The uncertainty of global events can seep into our daily worries, creating fear and anxiety that s difficult to overcome. Our Lady of Fatimais a welcome remedy for that worry. In it, you ll find a chance to grow in faith and holiness, as well as a needed dose of inspiration, hope and peace in following its advice and suggestions, and in praying the prayers."

  • Stephen Bullivant

    Stephen Bullivant is professor of theology and sociology of religion at St. Mary's University, UK.  He has been a consulting editor of the Catholic Herald since 2015.  His other books for Paulist Press are Faith and Unbelief (2014), The Trinity: How Not to Be a Heretic (2015), and Theology and Power (2016)

    Luke Arredondo

    Luke Arredondo is a doctoral student in religion, ethics and philosophy at Florida State University.  He resides in Tallahassee, Florida, and writes for Aleteia, Ignitum Today, and the Catholic Outpost, as well as his own website,

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