Visit of Centennial Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima

The Centennial Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima will visit Ireland during the month of March 2017. This year is the 100th anniversary of Our Lady’s appearance in Fatima and so has been declared a jubilee year. The visit of the statue is a great opportunity to renew our commitment to live Our Lady’s message which is the C.A.R.E. (Confession, Adoration, Rosary, Eucharist) lifestyle. See attachments for information. Details of the itinerary will follow.

News in Word portrait.pdf

6 Statues of Our Lady of Fatima

PERA In Ireland

Perpetual chapels and places of extended adoration in Ireland 2012.                                                                                                                                                                PERA Connaught Aug 2012.pdf
           PERA Leinster Aug 2012.pdf
           PERA Ulster Aug 2012.pdf

We need more promoters!

Is this troubled times, when the sanctity of family life is gravely imperiled, we certainly need more of you to help bring back holiness in the home. You are the best person to introduce it to your family. Write or call us for schedule of seminars. You can also invite our missionaries to come to your parish to give a one day seminar. Our missionaries are more than willing to do this for the glory of God, honor of the Blessed Mother, and salvation of souls.

Rosary beads

History of the Irish Alliance

The following is a letter received from Fr. Edgardo Arellano (Fr. Bing) explaining the history and theological purpose of the Alliance of the Two Hearts:

Dear Friends in Christ,May the love and peace of Jesus and Mary be always with you.The family today is very much under attack more than ever. Pope John Paul II’s encyclical, Evangelium Vita (1995), arts 7, 12, speaks about a conspiracy against life, which advocates a culture of death. It is a culture without God and the sense of sin. With such a culture, members of families are used as sex objects and therefore they are easily broken for the absence of committed love.

Two Hearts - Mary and Jesus

When families are broken, as the unit cell of the Church and society, we have a broken society or broken church.
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