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A procession for Our Lady of Sorrows in Braga, Portugal.

A procession for Our Lady of Sorrows in Braga, Portugal.

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A stained glass window of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows in the church of Our Lady of Fatima, Lisbon.

A stained glass window of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows in the church of Our Lady of Fatima, Lisbon.

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Nossa Senhora da Guia
The statue of Our Lady of Guidance in Guia, Portugal.

Nossa Senhora da Guia

The statue of Our Lady of Guidance in Guia, Portugal.

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A vintage postcard of Our Lady of Fatima.

A vintage postcard of Our Lady of Fatima.

A vintage postcard of Our Lady of Fatima.

A vintage postcard of Our Lady of Fatima.

A Spanish holy card of the pilgrimage statue of Our Lady of Fatima.

A Spanish holy card of the pilgrimage statue of Our Lady of Fatima.

En Fátima recé por ti
A small souvenir from Fatima, meant as a gift for a person for whom the pilgrim prayed at the shrine.

En Fátima recé por ti

A small souvenir from Fatima, meant as a gift for a person for whom the pilgrim prayed at the shrine.

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Queen of the Rosary, sweet Virgin of Fatima, pray for us!

Queen of the Rosary, sweet Virgin of Fatima, pray for us!

Pilgrims making their way to the sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima on their knees, Portugal.

Pilgrims making their way to the sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima on their knees, Portugal.

The Shepherds
Blessed Francisco and Jacita, two of the visionaries of Fatima.

The Shepherds

Blessed Francisco and Jacita, two of the visionaries of Fatima.

The altar of Our Lady of Fatima in the church of São Domingos in Lisbon, Portugal.
On either side of the statue of Mary stand statues of Jacinta and Francisco Marto, two of the visionaries of Fatima. They were both victims of the Great Spanish Flu epidemic of 1918-20 and declared blessed in 2000. The third visionary of Fatima, Lúcia, died in 2005 at the age of 97.

The altar of Our Lady of Fatima in the church of São Domingos in Lisbon, Portugal.

On either side of the statue of Mary stand statues of Jacinta and Francisco Marto, two of the visionaries of Fatima. They were both victims of the Great Spanish Flu epidemic of 1918-20 and declared blessed in 2000. The third visionary of Fatima, Lúcia, died in 2005 at the age of 97.

Ntra. Sra. de Fatima
A Spanish holy card of the pilgrim statue of Our Lady of Fatima.

Ntra. Sra. de Fatima

A Spanish holy card of the pilgrim statue of Our Lady of Fatima.

The miracle of the doves:
The statue of Our Lady of Fatima left the Cova da Iria for Lisbon in 1946. On this occasion, white doves let loose by someone in the crowd, fluttered down to rest by the feet of the statue and remained there for days without food and drink, oblivious to the jostling crowds, blaring bands and the long road and river journey back to Fatima.
- A Pilgrim’s Handbook to Fatima

The miracle of the doves:

The statue of Our Lady of Fatima left the Cova da Iria for Lisbon in 1946. On this occasion, white doves let loose by someone in the crowd, fluttered down to rest by the feet of the statue and remained there for days without food and drink, oblivious to the jostling crowds, blaring bands and the long road and river journey back to Fatima.

- A Pilgrim’s Handbook to Fatima

The crowning of Our Lady of Fatima, Portugal.

The crowning of Our Lady of Fatima, Portugal.

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