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First Saturday - World Apostolate of Fatima
"I promise to assist at the hour of death, with all the graces necessary for salvation, all those who, on the first Saturday of five consecutive months, shall confess, receive Holy Communion, recite five decades of the Rosary, and keep me company for fifteen minutes while meditating on fifteen mysteries of the Rosary, with the intention of making reparation to me."
After the six monthly apparitions on the 13th of the month to Lucia, Jacinta, and Francisco, Our Lady appeared again to Lucia on December 10, 1925. In this apparition, she appeared with the Child Jesus . Her heart was surrounded by thorns. She asked Lucia for the promotion of the First Saturday Devotion and explained the offenses that were being committed against her Immaculate Heart.
Saturday MOrning Masses Syracuse area
Saturday Morning Masses - Here are the Churches we are aware of that celebrate Mass on Saturday morning. Please advise us of any others.
Holy Family, Fairmount 8:00am
St. Daniel's, Syracuse 8:30am Call to verify with the office 315-454-4946
Holy Trinity, Fulton 8:00 First Friday
St. Stephen's, Phoenix 8:00AM First Saturday
Holy Cross, Dewitt 9:00AM
St. Rose of Lima, North Syracuse 9:00am
first saturday rosary plus weekly Saturday rosaries TelePrayer with the cny marian center and the catholic shop
10:10AM weekly for the Rosary via Telephone Prayer (TelePrayer). Dial 516-597-9459 to enter into the communal Rosary.
First Saturday is the Fatima Prayer Cell Meditations and Rosary.
Second Saturday is for priests and vocations using Msgr. Peter Dunne's meditations.
Third Saturday is for the unborn with meditations from Father Frank Pavone.
Fourth Saturday is the Patriotic Rosary for Our Country.
On December 27, 1763, St. Margaret Mary Alocoque received her first vision of Jesus during Eucharistic Adoration. As noted in Divine Mercy in the Second Greatest Story Ever Told, (Father Michael Gaitley, MIC) Jesus appeared to her to counter the effects of Jansenism. Jansenism promoted our unworthiness and created a great fear of God, drawing us away from Him. Jesus appearing to St. Margaret Mary with his Sacred Heart exposed, sought to lead us back to the love, forgiveness and mercy of God. Jesus gave us Twelve Promises.
First Friday/First Saturday - The National Shrine of Divine Mercy