Hope and peace for our times.

Our mission is to help people learn, live and spread the message of Our Lady of Fatima in communion with the Church and in concert with the New Evangelization.

During these times of uncertainty, let us become people of prayer.

Daily Mass – 12 noon ET
Holy Mass is offered daily, including Saturdays and Sundays, at 12 noon (EST) in English – Tridentine Low Mass every Thursday.  Recitation of the Rosary begins at 11:30 a.m.


Year of St. Joseph First Saturday Speaker and Devotions
Join us Saturday, March 6, from 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. ET for an online talk by Dr. Mark Miravalle, on The Nature and Need of Reparation to the Immaculate Heart,  followed by live-streamed First Saturday Rosary, 15-minute meditation, Holy Mass and Divine Mercy Chaplet from the Blue Army Shrine.  Click on the link below to watch live and for more information on our 2021 program.


The World Apostolate of Fatima – Our Lady’s Blue Army has been spreading the message of Fatima to a world in need since 1947.
By signing the spiritual pledge based on Our Lady’s requests of us at Fatima, you join with millions of people around the world who unite themselves with the Immaculate Heart of Mary in prayer and sacrifice, for peace in the world and the salvation of souls.

The Shrine

The National Blue Army Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima, located in Washington, NJ, is dedicated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 

“This noble shrine, with its soaring beauty and inspiration, has done more than any television program or any other project we have undertaken, to make known the reality of Fatima. In a sense, it has brought Fatima to America.” John Haffert

Daily Mass at 12 Noon in Blessed Sacrament Chapel (Confession and Rosary at 11:30).

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Featured Articles

The Seven Sorrows and Joys of St. Joseph

by Catherine Moran, Ph.D. – The origin of the practice of meditating on St. Joseph’s Seven Sorrows and Joys comes from a miraculous event involving two Franciscan Fathers. “Two fathers of the Franciscan order were sailing along the coast of Flanders, when a terrible tempest arose,

Sister Lucia’s assessment of her character defects is one we can all use

by Barb Ernster – It’s always refreshing to know that the saints or saintly people had a human side. Some, like St. Louis de Montfort and St. Damien of Molokai, both had angry temperaments that they had to conquer. Sister Lucia was known for her

The Rosary and the Holy Trinity – A letter from Sister Lucia

by Barb Ernster – Many documents exist from Sister Lucia, who wrote thousands of letters to people and clergy around the world, to her superiors, spiritual directors, bishops and popes.  When Our Lady told her at age 10 that she had to learn to read

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