Parish Mission Statement

 

In the name of the Holy Trinity and with

Our Lady of Fatima as our role model,

our mission is to nurture, teach and share our

Catholic faith which is centered on the

celebration of the Holy Eucharist.

 

 

 

 

 

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Mass Times

Weekday Mass 9:30 am
Saturday morning Mass 9 am on first, third and fifth of the month
Weekend Mass Saturday 5 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM, 11:00 AM,

Office Hours

Rectory Office Hours:
Weekdays 9 am to 4 pm

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at 724-375-7626.

Change in schedule

Change is Religious Education program time

In order to coordinate with our new Sunday mass schedule (8:30 and 11:00am) beginning on Sunday January 7, 2018, we have reconfigured our Religious Education Program to a new time of 9:30-10:45am so that students will be able to attend either Mass on Sunday morning. We are also beginning WEEKLY sessions at that time.  We are excited about the new changes and look forward to working with your children!  Feel free to contact our coordinator, Gloria Weaver with any questions or concerns. olofre@comcast.net  or 724-378-8020  

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History / Pastoral Plan

Our Lady of Fatima was established on June 9, 1954.  The founding of the parish was due to the growth of population in the area.  The first Mass of the parish was celebrated on June 13, 1954, in a banquet hall.  The parish used this banquet hall for  Sunday Masses.  In August of 1954, the parish rented a small building for confessions and daily Masses.  The first Mass in this small chapel was celebrated on September 13, 1954.  Baptisms and marriages were celebrated at St. Titus parish, Aliquippa.

These arrangements continued while the parish built a school with space for an auditorium/gymnasium that would be used as a temporary church.  Land for the church was purchased on November 4, 1954. Ground for the new building was broken on August 7, 1955.  The cornerstone was laid on October 16, 1955, and the building was dedicated on March 3, 1956.

The parish was finally ready to build a permanent church in the mid 1980's.  The completed church was dedicated on November 8, 1987.

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