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A Different Fatima Experience

Our envoy to Fatima, Felipe Barandiaran, noticed the difference right away. What was once in pre-Covid times a lively square packed with pilgrims from all over the world was now an open asphalt lot with circles drawn all over it, indicating where one must stand to maintain social distance. Police and guards could be seen everywhere vigilantly enforcing government regulations put in place to halt the spread of the disease.

The whole situation was very challenging, but Felipe continued in his mission. Despite the almost disconcerting ambience, as the representative of America Needs Fatima, he carried the name banner in the candlelight procession, which was reduced to one-tenth of its usual size. All of their intentions were also offered and prayed for in Fatima.

The following day, he and his associates delivered over 20,000 beautiful long-stemmed red and white roses to Our Lady of Fatima in thanksgiving for her continued protection and guidance in these difficult times.

The red roses you see here represent our 20,613 dedicated rosary rally captains, while the white roses represent the many generous rosary rally sponsors who made the 2020 Rosary Rally Crusade possible. The names of all our white rose sponsors and rally captains were printed on our banners. 

The placement of the roses added a reverent beauty to the square, ensuring that, despite the present difficulties, her children would do what they could to “rise up and call her blessed.” (Proverbs 31:28) 

See below for photos of our team of florists responsible for preparing the largest rose offering to the Mother of God in this whole wide world.


20,613 Rally Captains march into battle across America

From sea to shining sea, on October 10, 2020, Our Lady of Fatima was honored in the public square. Rally captains and participants unfurled banners and drew their rosaries out of their pockets. And at precisely noon, local time, their voices rose as one to the Queen of Heaven in response to her requests at Fatima to “pray the rosary.” In so doing, a spiritual battle was fought and won on American soil.

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In states where they were banned by the government from attending the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Catholics bravely gathered in parks, outside of abortion clinics and in front of city halls to pray to Our Lady.

Though many had to wear masks and stand six feet apart from one another, these small sacrifices only served to increase the graces Our Lady would dispense on our wounded nation. May those graces penetrate the hearts of those hardened against the one true Faith and begin the process of conversion necessary for the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.




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Rose Preparation in Fatima

A big THANK YOU to all the ladies in Fatima who worked tirelessly preparing the thousands and thousands of red and white roses for Our Lady on behalf of all our sponsors and rosary rally captains.



A Special Thank You

We would like to thank our wonderful White Rose Sponsors for making the 2020 Rosary Rallies possible, all our Rally Captains for committing to hold Rallies in these difficult times and for all those who attended Rosary Rallies across the country, praying for our nation.  May Our Blessed Mother and Her Divine Son bring many graces and blessings to all of your lives, our country and the world!


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Quote of the day

DAILY QUOTE for October 29, 2020

An action of small value performed with much love of God is...

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October 29


An action of small value
performed with much love of God
is far more excellent
than one of a higher value
performed with less love of God.

St. Francis de Sales

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Saint of the day


St. Narcissus of Jerusalem

Accused of an atrocious crime, which Eusebius does not speci...

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St. Narcissus of Jerusalem

Born toward the end of the first century, Narcissus was advanced in age when he was elected bishop of Jerusalem. Many miracles were attributed to the saintly prelate, one of which the historian Eusebius relates: the deacons being out of oil for the lamps to be used in the Easter Vigil liturgical solemnities, the bishop bade them draw water from a well. Pronouncing a blessing over this water, he poured it into the lamps, and it immediately turned to oil to the astonishment of all the faithful. Some of this oil was still preserved when Eusebius wrote of the miracle.
The general veneration of all good men for this holy bishop could not shelter him from evil tongues. Three incorrigible sinners, resentful of Narcissus’ strictness in the observance of ecclesiastical discipline, accused him of an atrocious crime, which Eusebius does not specify. They stressed the “truth” of their shameless slander by terrible oaths: one wished that he would perish by fire, the other to be struck with leprosy, and the other that he to be made blind.

Despite the fact that the faithful unwaveringly believed their bishop innocent, Narcissus – notwithstanding the shock of the detestable calumny – retired into solitude.

Sometime later, divine vengeance pursued the calumniators:  the first man died with his whole family in a fire that consumed his home; the second contracted leprosy, and the third, deeply repentant, died blind from the amount of tears he shed.

So that Jerusalem was not left without a pastor, the surrounding bishops appointed three consecutive pastors to lead the church. On the third bishop’s term, Narcissus reappeared, as one returned from the dead. His innocence having been authentically proven, his whole flock wished to reinstate him. Narcissus acquiesced, but because of his great age, he soon asked St. Alexander to be his coadjutor.

Narcissus continued to serve his flock and even other churches by his earnest prayers and exhortations as St. Alexander testifies in a letter to the Arsinoites in Egypt. In this letter he writes that Narcissus was, at that time, one hundred and sixteen years old. The Roman Martyrology honors his memory on October 29.

Weekly Story


The recitation of the Rosary was always a great help to Vero...

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The Rosary Saves Soldiers in Kuwait

Veronica first learned of the Rosary as a small girl watching her father fingering the beads. At first she thought he was “playing” with the shiny strand, but later, realizing the full meaning of her father’s action, and under the promptings of Grace, she became a devotee of the Rosary as well.

The recitation of the Rosary was always a great help to Veronica, who felt the Blessed Mother’s protection in her life. But then, when her youngest son, Randy, was stationed in Kuwait during Desert Storm, the devotion was to play a crucial role.

While attending a convention of Catholic Women, and greatly concerned for her son’s safety, she confided to a presiding priest that Randy was serving overseas. The good priest then suggested she and others in the group join him in praying a Rosary for Randy’s safety and other pressing intentions. Something compelled Father and the ladies not only to say five decades, but to persevere for several hours.

Two weeks later Veronica received a letter from her son in which he described that he and fellow soldiers had been in a harrowing conflict. As the bullets whizzed by, he feared for his and his buddies’ lives and prayed with all his heart. Suddenly, a great calm came over him and he heard a voice, “from the sky” that assured him they would be alright.

Conferring dates and times, mother and son marvelled at finding that the time in which he and the others were in dire peril was the same day and hour Father, Veronica and her friends were persevering in reciting the Rosary.

Note: Based on a story from 101 Inspirational Stories of the Rosary by Sister Patricia Proctor, OSC

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The recitation of the Rosary was always a great help to Veronica, who felt the Blessed Mother’s protection in her life.

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