13 july, 2013

Bishop Luís Quintero Fiuza, of Tuy-Vigo, Spain, presided over the International Anniversary pilgrimage of July 12/13, at the Shrine of Fatima, Portugal. He urged Christians to live more in community and to be more collaborative, as a response to the “crisis of values, of purpose, of work and jobs” which current society is going through. He stressed, as principal project for Christian communities, the “urgent need of the sacraments” and of the “renewal of the families”.
During the Vigil Mass of July 12, Bishop Fiuza reminded the pilgrims of the timeliness of the Message of Fatima. He said that, if 96 years ago Europe needed the message of prayer and conversion Mary left us at Fatima, today the world equally needs someone to witness to the love of God: “Today’s world, dear brothers and sisters, is in need of devotees of the Virgin, who may experience in their lives the tender love of God, His grace and mercy, and take them to the whole world; who may be a balm which heals wounds, the many wounds in our world”.

July’s International Anniversary Pilgrimage is to be presided over by Bishop Luis Quinteiro Fiuza, of Tuy-Vigo, Spain. 
The pilgrimage’s theme: “God remains faithful” (See 2Tim 2, 13).
The program is the same as in the great anniversary pilgrimages throughout the year.



03 feb 2023

Rosary, in the Chapel of the Apparitions

  • 18h30

Mass, in Portuguese, in the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima

  • 18h30
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