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The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fátima (also known as the Fátima Shrine,
the Sanctuary of Fátima or Basilica of Our Lady of t...
The basilica is built at the site of the Marian
apparitions reported by three Portuguese children in
1917 and known as Our...
The impressive
neoclassical
Basilica, flanked
by porticos for
the 14 Stations
of the Cross is
topped with a
central tower ...
Outside the shrine of Fatima,
panels of Portuguese tiles
representing the Stations of
the Cross

Jesus is condemned to dea...
Jesus carries his cross; A
panel of Portuguese tiles
outside the shrine of Fatima
representing the Stations of
the Cross
Jesus falls the first time; A
panel of Portuguese tiles
outside the shrine of Fatima
representing the Stations of
the Cros...
Jesus meets his Blessed
Mother;
A
panel
of
Portuguese tiles outside the
shrine of Fatima representing
the Stations of the ...
Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus
to carry the cross; A panel of
Portuguese tiles outside the
shrine of Fatima representing
the ...
Veronica wipes the face of
Jesus; A panel of Portuguese
tiles outside the shrine of
Fatima
representing
the
Stations of th...
Jesus falls the second time;
A panel of Portuguese tiles
outside the shrine of Fatima
representing the Stations of
the Cro...
Jesus
meets
the women of
Jerusalem

Jesus falls the
third time
Jesus'
clothes are
taken away
Crucifixion:
Jesus
nailed to the cross

is
Jesus dies on the
cross
Jesus is taken down
from
the
cross
(Deposition
or
Lamentation)
Jesus in the arms of
his mother
Jesus is laid in the
tomb
Nativity scene, by the sculptor José Aurélio

Rettoria
Nativity scene, by the sculptor José Aurélio
Monument dedicated to Francisco and Jacinta Sculpture of Graça Costa Cabral
Francisco, 11, and Jacinta, 10, are the youngest non-martyrs to be beatified in the history of the Church
The brother and sister, who tended to their families’ sheep with their
cousin Lucia Santo in the fields of Fatima, Portuga...
The tombs of Blessed
Francisco
Marto,
Blessed Jacinta Marto
and Sister Lúcia, the
three children, are in
the Basilica of O...
The Big Holmoak
Under which the little shepherds and the early pilgrims awaited Our Lady's coming, and prayed the Rosary
Monument to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
which stands in the center of the square, over a spring found there, its waters bein...
Monument to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Monument to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Monument to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
"Angel
of
Peace”
Monument of the apparition
of the Angel
Pope John Paul II beatified
Francisco and Jacinta May
13, 2000, o...
Monument to pastorinhos by Francisco Marques and Fernando Marques
Text: Internet
Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu
Gabriela Cristescu
Internet
Copyrights of the photos belong to each photographer...
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Located in west central Portugal, in the region of Leiria and approximately 110 kilometers north of Lisbon, the small town of Fatima is one of the most visited Marian shrines in the world today. But unlike many of Europe's great Marian pilgrimage sites, the sanctity of Fatima dates not from the Middle Ages but only from early in the 20th century. Fatima was then a small rural village in a rocky region whose main product was olive oil. There are no historical or legendary accounts of the village or surrounding area having any religious importance in earlier times. In the years 1916 and 1917 a series of apparitions were seen by three young children that were to profoundly alter both their own lives and the atmosphere of the peasant village.

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    Thank you Saturnino. Glad to bring you happy memories
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  • Yo visité este lugar. Me gustó mucho. Pero aquí puedo ver muchos más y mejores detalles arquitectónicos. Gracias Michaela por este grato recuerdo. Me admiró la devoción de los fieles. Una multitud de peregrinos. La procesión, con miles de velas, fue impresionante.
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    Gracias Pilar, gracias. Vía Crucis de la columnata del Santuario de Ntra. Sra. de Fátima construido en 1955; este conjunto arquitectónico fue realizado ante la necesidad de ampliar la capacidad de recepción de peregrinos en un espacio al aire libre, pues era imposible hacerlo dentro de la Basílica. Se compone de dos edificios- uno a cada lado de ella- y fueron obra del Arquitecto Antonio Lino de la Conceiçao. Están conformados por 200 columnas y 14 altares en cuyos retablos se pueden observar las 14 estaciones de Vía Crucis, executadas em cerâmica policromada, da autoria do ceramista Lino António (1898-1974) cf Wikipedia
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  1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1993972-fatima4/
  2. 2. The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fátima (also known as the Fátima Shrine, the Sanctuary of Fátima or Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary) is a Roman Catholic Marian basilica in Fátima, Portugal.
  3. 3. The basilica is built at the site of the Marian apparitions reported by three Portuguese children in 1917 and known as Our Lady of Fátima. The tombs of Blessed Francisco Marto, Blessed Jacinta Marto and Sister Lúcia, the three children, are in the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary. Located in west central Portugal, in the region of Leiria and approximately 110 kilometers north of Lisbon, the small town of Fatima is one of the most visited Marian shrines in the world today. But unlike many of Europe's great Marian pilgrimage sites, the sanctity of Fatima dates not from the Middle Ages but only from early in the 20th century. Its construction began in 1928 and it was consecrated in October 1953.
  4. 4. The impressive neoclassical Basilica, flanked by porticos for the 14 Stations of the Cross is topped with a central tower 65 metres (213 ft)
  5. 5. Outside the shrine of Fatima, panels of Portuguese tiles representing the Stations of the Cross Jesus is condemned to death
  6. 6. Jesus carries his cross; A panel of Portuguese tiles outside the shrine of Fatima representing the Stations of the Cross
  7. 7. Jesus falls the first time; A panel of Portuguese tiles outside the shrine of Fatima representing the Stations of the Cross
  8. 8. Jesus meets his Blessed Mother; A panel of Portuguese tiles outside the shrine of Fatima representing the Stations of the Cross
  9. 9. Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry the cross; A panel of Portuguese tiles outside the shrine of Fatima representing the Stations of the Cross
  10. 10. Veronica wipes the face of Jesus; A panel of Portuguese tiles outside the shrine of Fatima representing the Stations of the Cross
  11. 11. Jesus falls the second time; A panel of Portuguese tiles outside the shrine of Fatima representing the Stations of the Cross
  12. 12. Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem Jesus falls the third time
  13. 13. Jesus' clothes are taken away
  14. 14. Crucifixion: Jesus nailed to the cross is
  15. 15. Jesus dies on the cross
  16. 16. Jesus is taken down from the cross (Deposition or Lamentation) Jesus in the arms of his mother
  17. 17. Jesus is laid in the tomb
  18. 18. Nativity scene, by the sculptor José Aurélio Rettoria
  19. 19. Nativity scene, by the sculptor José Aurélio
  20. 20. Monument dedicated to Francisco and Jacinta Sculpture of Graça Costa Cabral
  21. 21. Francisco, 11, and Jacinta, 10, are the youngest non-martyrs to be beatified in the history of the Church
  22. 22. The brother and sister, who tended to their families’ sheep with their cousin Lucia Santo in the fields of Fatima, Portugal, witnessed the apparitions of Mary, now commonly known as Our Lady of Fatima
  23. 23. The tombs of Blessed Francisco Marto, Blessed Jacinta Marto and Sister Lúcia, the three children, are in the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary.
  24. 24. The Big Holmoak Under which the little shepherds and the early pilgrims awaited Our Lady's coming, and prayed the Rosary
  25. 25. Monument to the Sacred Heart of Jesus which stands in the center of the square, over a spring found there, its waters being the instrument of many graces.
  26. 26. Monument to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
  27. 27. Monument to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
  28. 28. Monument to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
  29. 29. "Angel of Peace” Monument of the apparition of the Angel Pope John Paul II beatified Francisco and Jacinta May 13, 2000, on the 83rd anniversary of the first apparition of Our Lady at Fatima, teaching us that even young children can become saints
  30. 30. Monument to pastorinhos by Francisco Marques and Fernando Marques
  31. 31. Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Gabriela Cristescu Internet Copyrights of the photos belong to each photographer Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound: Amália Rodrigues - Foi Deus; Caminhos de Deus; Que Deus me perdoe
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