Event Schedule

The Promise & Our Part in the Plan

Conclusion of the Fatima Centennial

“Fatima: The Promise and Our Part of the Plan”

7 October 2017 – Easton, Massachusetts

Day Program (Martin Auditorium, except where noted)


7:30 am     Arrival & Registration (Pettit Atrium)

8:00  am     Holy Mass, Memorial of Our Lady of the Rosary

8:45  am     Light Breakfast, Continuing Registration (Pettit Atrium)

9:15  am     Welcome, Program Overview

9:30  am     “Angel of Peace” Video

9:45  am     “Consecration:  The Heart of the Message” by Fr. Elias Mary Mills, FI

It is true that Our Lady asked that Russia be consecrated to her Immaculate Heart, but she also meant that consecration to Her Immaculate is Heaven’s program for the salvation of souls and the means of our individual sanctification. Fatima helps us to live out this consecration in a very practical way.

10:30  am     Musical interlude – Randy & Laurie Albright

10:45  am     “The Role of St. Joseph in the Church since 1917” by Msgr. Arthur B. Calkins

The apparition of St. Joseph to the Fatima seers during the famous Miracle of the Sun heralded the Church’s increased veneration of him throughout the Twentieth Century, with the establishment of the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker, and St. John Paul II’s Apostolic Exhortation Redemptoris Custos.

11:30  am     Q & A period

12:00  pm     Lunch (Pettit Atrium)

1:30  pm     Eucharistic Exposition, Adoration, Rosary, Benediction

2:30  pm     “Practical Evangelization with Our Lady of Fatima” by Steve Dawson

The Fatima message offers many angle of approach to practical evangelization and catechesis. Experiences and observation from the field will help listeners enter into the calling of all believers, to bring others to Christ, in this case, through Mary.

3:15  pm     Musical interlude – Cloutier Trio

3:30  pm     “The Rosary: The Invincible Weapon”  by Fr. Bill Casey

Our Lady’s Promise is that it is NOT too late, if we will just take up the Rosary.  Her request of the recitation of the Rosary is the single thing she repeated every time she appeared to the three little shepherds. History is replete with Our Lady’s record of victories obtained through the Rosary.

4:15  pm     Q & A period

4:45  pm     Closing remarks, Final Prayer, and Blessing


Social Hour (Pettit Atrium)

5:00  pm     Cash bar with light hors d’oeuvres.

Meet and mingle with speakers, musicians, and guests, and get your caricature done as a souvenir!

 “An Evening of Celebration with Our Lady”

Pettit Atrium

   6:00  pm     Welcome, Opening Prayer & Blessing of the Meal

   6:15  pm     Dinner

   7:15  pm     Cloutier Trio

   7:45 pm     Randy Albright

   9:00  pm     Closing remarks, prayer and blessing