Marian Consecration for 100 Years of Fatima

Want to transform your work, your marriage, your family, and your life, but don’t have time? Looking for the quickest, surest, and easiest way to holiness, but don’t know where to begin?

Do you want to renew your consecration made in years past?

Fatima Cantius


In our hectic day and time, Pope John Paul II and Blessed Mother Teresa knew that the quickest way to be transformed into a saint is through a relationship with Our Blessed Mother, Mary.

Join us as we begin a 33-day preparation for Marian Consecration. For six weeks, we’ll individually read about and reflect on four great Marian giants: St. Louis de Montfort, St. Maximilian Kolbe, Blessed Mother Teresa, and Pope John Paul II. They’ll teach us the secrets to drawing closer to the Heart of Jesus through the Heart of Mary.

The introductory meeting for those interested in the Total Consecration to Mary is:
Saturday Morning April 1st after the 8:30 Mass and First Saturday Devotions.

“This meeting will be short and will not conflict with the Men’s Retreat that begins at 10:00 a.m.”

Please register for the April 1st meeting at
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so that we have sufficient materials on hand.

There is a single purpose: We seek to draw as close as we can to Jesus through His Mother and ours, Holy Mary.

What more appropriate time is there to do this! than when we are especially alert to the messages of Our
Lady of Fatima?

“The more we honor the Blessed Virgin, the more we honor Jesus Christ, because we honor Mary only that we may the more perfectly honor Jesus, since we go to her only as the way by which we are to find the end we are seeking, which is Jesus.”
(St. Louis De Montfort)

In order to assist a group of people who want to prepare for Marian consecration, a series of three brief meetings is being scheduled. The first meeting will provide interested persons with background and guidance for the consecration, including booklets for those who want to begin their preparation or to renew it.

A second, mid-course meeting will encourage participants to complete their consecration preparation and answer questions.

The final meeting will be for those who want to make their consecration in a group setting at St. John Cantius Church at Mary’s Altar.

Daily preparation will begin on APRIL 10th, which is Monday in Holy Week. Consecration will be on SATURDAY, MAY 13th, the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima.

Daily preparation is done individually or with family or friends.