It takes a good six months and an adequate number of dedicated individuals with time, mobility and competent internet and email capabilities to set up and conduct an effective statue tour.
To inquire about the tour with the IHMS, please contact: Ying Palmos at 908-287-9268 or [email protected] United Nation Pilgrim Virgin Statue – UNPVS October 13, 1952, the Bishop of Fatima blessed this treasured replica of Our Lady of Fatima for its mission to the United Nations.
Individual written prayer petitions may be placed at the feet of Our Lady throughout each tour and are burned at the conclusion.
She has proven time and again to be the catalyst for renewed interest in the message of Fatima and for exposing new generations of Catholics who are unaware of the important message of conversion and peace brought by Our Lady to the three shepherd children in 1917 at Fatima, Portugal.
To inquire about an NPVS Statue Tour in your diocese, please contact: Bill Sockey at 814-229-1758 or email See the tour calendar below.
Mary of Sorrows Catholic Church, Fairfax, Virginia in the Diocese of Arlington, VA Contact 1: Judy Studer at 401-934-0905 or [email protected] 2: Joan Alix at 401-742-2024 or [email protected] – OPEN IPVS Prince George, Canada – May 6 through May 23 Prince George Parish Visitation Schedule Contact: Patrick Sabat at 219-218-8991 or [email protected] – Benedictine Monastery of Thien Tam, Kerens, Texas in the Diocese of Dallas, TX Contact 1: Judy Studer at 401-934-0905 or [email protected] 2: Joan Alix at 401-742-2024 or [email protected] Bogota, Colombia – June 9 through June 25 Contact: Patrick Sabat at 219-218-8991 or [email protected] – Open IPVS – Open NPVS San Francisco, California Contact: Ying Palmos 909-287-9268 or [email protected] Francisco Tour Schedule – 2015 July V2 IHMS El Paso, Texas Contact: Todd Ziesmer at 908-689-1700 X 318 or [email protected] Paso Tour Schedule 2015-July IPVS Not Available NPVS – Open IPVS – On display at The Blue Army Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima in Washington, New Jersey on the following dates: Saturday, August 15 – Upper Chapel – am to pm Sunday, August 16 – Upper Chapel – am to pm Monday, August 17 – Blessed Sacrament Chapel – am to pm Tuesday, August 18 – Blessed Sacrament Chapel – am to pm Wednesday, August 19 – Blessed Sacrament Chapel – am to pm Thursday, August 20 – Blessed Sacrament Chapel – am to pm Friday, August 21 – Blessed Sacrament Chapel – am to pm Saturday, August 22 -Blessed Sacrament Chapel – am to pm Sunday, August 23 – Upper Chapel – am to pm IHMS – Syracuse, New York August 14-22 Concact: Regina Harty at 315-452-4698 or [email protected] NY IHMS Mini-Retreat Visits – August September 12 UNIPVS – St.
Madeline Catholic Church, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, PA Contact 1: Judy Studer at 401-934-0905 or [email protected] 2: Joan Alix at 401-742-2024 or [email protected] San Antonio, Texas – September 1 through September 17 Contacts: Sr.
On October 13,1947, more than 150,000 Fatima pilgrims witnessed the blessing of this image of Our Lady by the Bishop of Leiria at Fatima, Portugal as he commissioned it to serve as the Pilgrim Virgin who would carry the blessings of Fatima and Our Lady’s message throughout the world to the many millions of her children who would never have an opportunity to visit Fatima.
The International Pilgrim Virgin Statue has traveled the world many times visiting more than 100 countries, including Russia and Red China, bringing the great message of salvation and of hope, “the peace plan from heaven,” to countless millions of people.
This statue is available for special events as well as for diocesan statue tours.
The NPVS and IHMS are available for diocesan tours. Their custodians will give talks on the Message of Fatima at each parish visited.
C The world-famous International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima will begin a two-year Fatima Centennial U. Tour for Peace, March 21, 2016 – December 20, 2017, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of the Angel of Peace (1916) and the Blessed Mother (1917) at Fatima, Portugal.