Our Lady of Fatima
News & Events
Scrip card orders are now being taken for the Holidays. You may download your order form online. scrip-cover-letter-and-order-form
PREP First Reconciliation - December 10, 2016 at 10AM in the Church.
The Flame of Love Devotion is based on the spiritual journal of Elizabeth Kindelmann, a Hungarian woman of great faith who struggled to raised her family during the years of Communism in Hungary. Her husband died in 1946; Elizabeth had to raise their six children as a single mother. She lost many jobs because of her faith, but she never lost her faith in Jesus Christ. Her spiritual journal has been examined and approved by the Church for our study and our growth in faith.
Mr. Anthony Mullin is the National Coordinator for the Flame of Love Devotion. He will be giving a dynamic talk on the devotion and how the Flame of Love relates to Our Lady of Fatima and the triumph of her Immaculate Heart on Monday, December 12, at 7:00 pm at Our Lady of Fatima Church. Everyone is welcomed to attend. Also, visit the website at www.flameoflove.us for more information and for a free spiritual journal to follow along. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to learn about the Flame of Love Devotion. You are encouraged to attend and to bring a friend!!
Check out the Knights of Columbus link under the Ministries heading of the web. All the info is listed and we welcome you to join.
Easter Photos (2016) are now available on our Photo Gallery page.
Msgr. Brubaker trip to Rome for Year of Mercy - (2016)Click on the link to see the pictures that Msgr. Brubaker is sharing with us on his recent trip to Rome!
A reminder from Catholic Cemeteries in the Diocese of Wilmington: The church teaches that the dying must be given attention and care to help them live their last moments with dignity and peace. The prayers of their relatives and friends help them prepare to meet God. Once a person has died, their body must be treated with respect and charity, in faith and hope of the Resurrection. The burial of the dead is a corporal work of mercy. Prayer for the dying and dead is a spiritual work of mercy. Preparing for our death and funeral are gifts we give to those we leave behind. The experienced family service staff at our diocesan Catholic cemeteries, Cathedral and All Saints in New Castle County and Gate of Heaven in Sussex County can provide you with the practical advice you need. For more information, visit the web at cathcemde.com or call the cemetery office.
Lenten Brochures for Reflection
1st Sunday Lent
2nd Sunday of Lent
3rd Sunday of Lent
4th Sunday of lent
5th Sunday of Lent
Shelter the Homeless
Holy Week & Easter Flyer
Corporal Work of Mercy To Clothe the Naked
Counsel the Doubtful
To Give Drink to the Thirsty
Parish Financial Report
Jesus is the face of the Father's Mercy
Peacemaking through Music
World Day of Prayer for Vocations
St Anslem April 21
Check out the website to purchase your order online at http://www.glscrip.com/index.aspx. Our code is ALF7194816455 if you are purchasing online or for a complete list of retailers. Scrip Program Details (PDF)
Our Lady of Fatima is offering chances to win accommodations to the Turks & Caicos, Providenciales, Deluxe Beachfront Suites through Ocean Club Resorts for a 4 night/5 day – Junior Suite which accommodates up to 3 people. The drawing will be held on Saturday, December 3rd after the 5pm Mass. This package includes 2 rounds of golf at the World Famous Provo Golf Club Resort for 18 holes. Tickets are $10.00 each with only 200 tickets being sold. The odds are in your favor!! Airfare not included. Check out the website at www.oceanclubresorts.com To get tickets, call 302-328-3431 or stop at one of the masses during Saturday or Sunday. Dates valid from June 1 – December 15, 2017, excluding Thanksgiving week.
Our Lady of Fatima Church
801 North duPont Boulevard,
New Castle, Delaware 19720
Sunday Masses (held in Church):
Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00am & 12noon
Saturday: 5:00pm & 7:00pm (Spanish)
Confessions are held from 4-4:45pm each Saturday before 5pm mass.
Daily Masses (held in Chapel):
Monday to Friday: 6:30am & 8:30am
Devotion to the Sacred Heart
Held the first Friday of each month after the 8:30AM Mass with adoration during the day.
First Saturdays of the Month held at 8:30AM in the Chapel with prayers and confessions after Mass.
Today’s Mass Readings