Our Lady of Fatima – Pilgrim Visit in Negros Oriental

After 2014 Our Lady of Fatima revisits the Diocese of Dumaguete again in 2017. Just after the celebrations of holy week the diocese will be blessed when the World Apostolate of Fatima of the Philippines will come to Dumaguete and Negros Oriental with its Pilgrim image. While during the last stop, Dumaguete was the only place to pray with her, this year the Fatima Pilgrim image will also visit other towns and cities in Negros Oriental.

Our Lady of Fatima

Lady of Fatima Pilgrim Visit in Negros Oriental Schedule

Monday April 17, 2017

The Pilgrim Image is supposed to arrive at 8:00 am at the Sibulan port from Cebu and will make its way to the St. Catherine of Alexandria Cathedral in Dumaguete, where a welcome ceremony will be celebrated with a holy rosary and the crowning ceremony of Our Lady of Fatima. The visit will be highlighted with a holy mass and an overnight vigil thereafter.

Tuesday April 18, 2017

Early morning the pilgrim image will be on the way to nearby Siquijor Island, where a holy mass and other activities are scheduled. It will stay overnight on Siquijor.

Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima2

Wednesday April 19, 2017

Departing from Siquijor early morning, Our Lady of Fatima will continue the journey to Bayawan City for a holy mass and a procession before the pilgrim image will depart at 3:00pm in the afternoon to Bais City where Marian devotees get the chance to pray with her and listen to the authentic message of Fatima delivered by the World Apostolate of Fatima (WAF). The image will stay the night in Bais City.

Thursday April 20, 2017

Already before sunrise, at 4:00am, Our Lady of Fatima is on the road again to a short stop over at the St. Anthony of Padua church in Sibulan and finally depart again from Negros. The next stop of the pilgrim image is Argao on the Island of Cebu.

Our Lady of Fatima in Dumaguete
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