Fatima Retreat  |  Fr. Joseph M. Wolfe, MFVA

Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament - Hanceville, AL

On the one-hundredth anniversary of the Apparitions, the Fatima Retreat at the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament (May 12-14) is an opportunity both to reflect upon the Message of Fatima and to take part in Fatima prayers and devotions.  The Conferences will consider significant elements of the Message of Fatima, including: The Value of SacrificeDevotion to Mary’s Immaculate Heart and Love of the Most Blessed Sacrament - while highlighting the example of each of the shepherd children of Fatima.

 


Friday, May 12

6:30pm-7:30pm   Holy Hour, Opening Conference & Benediction (Main Church)

8:00pm     Shrine Closes

 

Saturday, May 13  –  Feast of Our Lady of Fatima (100th Anniversary)

6:00am     Shrine Opens

7:00am     Nuns' Conventual Mass  (Main Church)

8:00am     Confessions  (Main Church)

8:00am     Gift Shop Opens

10:00am     PowerPoint Fatima Presentation  (St Gabriel Hall - Castle San Miguel)

11:30am     Nuns' Midday Prayer & Rosary  (Main Church)

12:00pm     Holy Mass  (Lower Church)

12:00-1:30pm     John Paul II Eucharistic Center Open House

2:00pm     Eucharistic Holy Hour, Divine Mercy Chaplet & Benediction  (Main Church)

3:00pm     Confessions  (Main Church)

3:30-5:00pm     John Paul II Eucharistic Center Open House

6:00pm     Gift Shop Closes

6:30pm-8:00pm     Rosary & Candlelight Procession  (Lourdes Grotto)

8:00pm     Shrine Closes

 

Sunday, May 14  –  Mother’s Day & 5th Sunday of Easter

6:00am     Shrine Opens

7:00am     Nuns' Conventual Mass  (Main Church)

8:00am     Confessions  (Main Church)

10:00am     Holy Mass  (Lower Church)

11:30am     Nuns' Midday Prayer & Rosary  (Main Church)

1:00pm     Holy Hour, Closing Conference & Benediction  (Main Church)

3:00pm     Fatima: A Message of Hope Documentary  (St. Gabriel Hall - Castle San Miguel)

6:00pm     Shrine Closes

**Gift Shop Closed on Sunday

 

***This is a free retreat, no registration is required and all meals are on your own.***


Fr. Joseph M. Wolfe, MFVA