Our Lady of Fatima

Public Square Rosary Crusade

Saturday, Oct 10th 12 pm

In the year 1917, in a mountainous region at the center of Portugal, the Mother of God appeared six times to three young children.  Each visit took place on the 13th of the month beginning in May and concluding in October.


To prove the apparitions were true, Mary promised the children that during the last of her six appearances she would provide a “sign” so people would believe in her visits and her message.


What happened on that day – Oct. 13, 1917 – has come to be known as the “Miracle of the Sun,” or “the day the sun danced.”    


To honor Our Lady and her Fatima message of conversion and repentance, all are welcome to join the 2020 Public Square Rosary on Saturday, Oct. 10th at 12 pm.  We will convene at Village Green Park in Oconomowoc shortly before noon. Together let's join our hearts and voices with over 20,000 sites throughout the country as we storm the gates of Heaven with our collective intentions.

In October I will perform a miracle so that all may believe.

Oct. 13th 2017

Public Square Rosary

Village Green Park, Oconomowoc


Oct. 13th 2018 

Public Square Rosary

Village Green Park, Oconomowoc


Oct. 12th 2019 

Public Square Rosary

Village Green Park, Oconomowoc


2020 Public Square Rosary Details

When: Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020  12 pm 

Please arrive by 11:45 am to secure parking and  prayer packet

Where: Village Green Park, Downtown Oconomowoc 

104 E. Wisconsin Avenue  

This is a rain or shine event.  Please plan appropriately for the weather.


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Please know, this event is not sponsored by a parish, organization or  religious community


Rather, it is organized by a group of faith-filled individuals committed to sharing the Fatima message.

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America Needs Fatima.

There is no problem, I tell you, no matter how difficult it is, that we cannot resolve by the prayer of the Holy Rosary. 

Sr. Lucia dos Santos (Fatima Seer)