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.

 

 

 

 

 

Our Lady of Fatima Life in the Spirit

Our Lady of Fatima Life in the Spirit

Have you ever experienced the love of God in a real and radical way?

Father Joe Freedy, Dave VanVickle, and Katy Blythe will present a Life in the Spirit Seminar: two days leading us to a deeper encounter with the Living God. It will take place at Our Lady of Fatima Church, in Kohler Hall on Friday, April 21 from 7:00 pm-8:30 pm and Saturday, April 22 from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm. All are welcome. A light breakfast and lunch will be served on Saturday. Seating is limited, so please register by April 9 by calling the Our Lady of Fatima Rectory at 724-375-7626 or visiting our on line registration

 

 

 

Stations of the Cross / Fish Fry

 

 Stations of the Cross

Our Lady of Fatima: Fridays at 1 and 7pm(except Good Friday—prayer service at 7pm)

St. Titus: Fridays at 4pm    

St. Catherine’s:  Fridays at 630pm, excluding Good Friday

St. Frances Cabrini: Fridays after the 830am and 630pm Masses

 

 Fish Fry

Our Lady of Fatima: All Fridays during Lent 4-7 pm, 3-7 pm Good Friday

Seder Meal

Seder Meal
 The Seder Meal is a joyful family meal with ceremonies and symbols celebrating the Passover feast.

     Come join our Parish Family at

     The Our Lady of Fatima Seder Meal

     On Monday, April 10 at 6 pm in Kohler Hall.

 
It enables us to have a deeper appreciation of the Last Supper when Christ instituted the Holy Eucharist.

To register on line for this event please

click here

 

 

33 days to morning glory

33 Day to Morning Glory

"33 Days to Morning Glory" Small Group Retreat. Gain new insight into Marian Consercration, learn how key saints and the blessed lived it out, and how you can live it out as well. For more information please call the rectory 724-375-7626.

 
 Join us for a 6 week small - group retreat in prepartion for Marian Consecration.  This retreat is based on the popular book by Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC, 33 Days to Morning Glory .

READ the select reading in the retreat book,

PONDER  the daily reading and questions in the retreat companion

MEET regularly with your group

Event starts with a kick off on April 1 to register for the morning of Reflection with Deacon Basko click here

Readings start April 10...Meet 4 to 6 times in small groups... Consecration service on May 13 to close the retreat

Prayer Request

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IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS CARRYING A HEAVY BURDEN AND NEEDS OUR PRAYER PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT A REQUEST. YOU WILL ALSO FIND A LIST TO INCLUDE IN YOUR DAILY DEVOTIONS.  PRAYER WORKS!

 

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Office Hours

Rectory Office Hours:
Weekdays 9 am to 4 pm

Mass Times

Weekday Mass 9 am
Saturday morning Mass 9 am on first and third of the month
Weekend Mass Saturday 5 PM
Sunday 8 AM, 10 AM, 12 PM

Staff

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.

TO VIEW OUR CURRENT PASTORAL PLAN CLICK HERE