Half a Million Pilgrims Flock to See Our German Shepherd in Fatima

A beautiful musical video showing Papa Bene in Fatima celebrating Mass.  Courtesy Rome Reports TV News Agency.

TV news show from NetNewYork reporting on the Pope’s visit to Fatima.  Courtesy NetNewYork’s Channel.

Half a million pilgrims join the pope for a Mass in Fatima.  Courtesy Rome Reports TV News Agency.

The first visit by a pope to Fatima, Pope Paul VI.  Courtesy Rome Reports TV News Agency.

Our German Shepherd praying for the intercession of Our Lady in English.  Courtesy Rome Reports TV News Agency.

We are responsible for proclaiming the faith with its demands.  Courtesy The Vatican Channel.

Pope:  Only Christ can satisfy the longings of the human heart.  Courtesy The Vatican Channel.

Benedict XVI:  strengthen the Christian witness.  Courtesy The Vatican Channel.

Benedict XVI to intellectuals:  Create masterpieces out of your lives.  Courtesy Rome Reports TV News Agency.

Benedict XVI lands in Portugal, addresses sex abuse crisis aboard papal plane.  Courtesy Rome Reports TV News Agency.

Reports on Benedict’s current visit to Fatima and Portugal:

Pilgrimage to Where the Sun Danced: Fatima, Portugal by Angelo Stagnaro of the National Catholic Register.

Another Reason I Love Pope Benedict by Mark Shea of the National Catholic Register.

Benedict Prays in Fatima by Father Zuhlsdorf of WDTPRS?

Pray for Pope Benedict by Father Zuhlsdorf of WDTPRS?

Homily of Pope Benedict XVI in Fatima (Full Text) by Diane M. Korzeniewski of Te Deum Laudamus!

At Fatima, “The Pilgrim Church Converges” by Rocco Palmo of Whispers in the Loggia.

“May the Church Be Renewed By Priests Who Are Holy” by Rocco Palmo of Whispers in the Loggia.

“Fidelity to Man” in “The Maze of Time and History” by Rocco Palmo of Whispers in the Loggia.

Benedict XVI’s Act of Consecration of Priests from ZENIT.

One Response to Half a Million Pilgrims Flock to See Our German Shepherd in Fatima

  • Thank you Tito for your post about the trip of Peter to our country, Portugal.
    We are full of grace and happinness for his coming here and also feeling so much the responsibility that he gave to us all.
    I urge all to read the words of the Pope specially in Fatima and to our portuguese bishops. They are very clear and specific. The Church wants more from us and we can do more things if we trust more in Christ.

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