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Welcome Fr. McQuaide to our parish this weekend.

Our parish is very happy to welcome this weekend, a young and energetic priest, Rev. Joseph W. McQuaide, IV, as our new associate pastor. Fr. McQuaide is a graduate of Immaculate Conception School. Elkton, Salesianum High School. Wilmington, Saint Andrew's College Seminary at Seton Hall University, and the Pontifical North American College in Rome, the Vatican seminary for  priests from the United States studying abroad. Father was ordained June 18, 2011 and assigned to Holy Cross Parish, Dover. There he also served as the pastor's delegate to Holy Cross School, as well as ministry to the diocesan high school, Saint Thomas More Academy in Magnolia; moreover, his pastoral work included ministry to Immaculate Conception Church, Marydel, and to Kent General Hospital, Dover.  Father is fluent in Italian, and though not fluent in Spanish, he has regularly celebrated Mass in Spanish. Fr. McQuaide serves on the Bishop's staff and was appointed Vice-Chancellor and Coordinator of the Diocesan Office of Worship in 2014; he will continue in these roles for the diocese while serving as our associate pastor. Please take a moment this weekend to welcome Fr.  McQuaide after all the Masses this weekend.

Our parish Annual Fair tickets will be sold after the masses.

The parish office is closed on Friday, July 3rd.

Annual Fair- July 6, 2015 through July 11, 2015
See under weekly flyers for more information.
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Confirmation for 2015 will be held on November 7, 2015 at 11:00AM



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To Sustain Hope for the Future of Our Lady of Fatima Parish, we need a living faith in Jesus Christ and an ongoing love for one another. With our commitment to Christ and to one another, we can build a wonderful future together. We need your financial support for our capital campaign with the Diocese of Wilmington and our parish. Together, we can provide for the retirement funds of our diocesan and parish employees and our priests, as well as address our own needs here at Our Lady of Fatima. Please consider prayerfully making a sacrificial contribution to our three-year campaign to Sustain Hope for the Future.”

Msgr. George Brubaker, Pastor

Sustaining Hope for the Future Campaign (PDF)