Sister Lucia's Remains to Be Moved
ROME, JAN. 12, 2006 (Zenit.org).-
The mortal remains of Sister Lucia, who saw apparitions of Our Lady in
1917, will be moved from the Carmelite convent of Coimbra, where she
died, to the Shrine of Fatima.
The news was confirmed by the Roman Society for Pilgrimages, an
institution dependent on the Holy See, which is organizing pilgrimages
to the Portuguese shrine for the occasion.
The public will be able to take part in the Feb. 19 event, which will
included a procession to the Chapel of the Apparitions, Mass, and the
transferal of the remains to the basilica.
The remains of the religious, who died at age 97 last Feb. 13, will rest
next to those of her two cousins, Blessed Francisco and Blessed Jacinta,
who also witnessed the Virgin Mary's apparitions with her. The
liturgical memorial of the blessed is celebrated Feb. 20.
Last Fatima Seer,
Dead at 97
Fatima, Feb. 14, 2005 (CWNews.com) -
Sister Lucia, the last survivor among the three Portuguese
children to whom the
Virgin Mary appeared at Fatima, has died at the age of 97.
Sister Lucia died on February 13 at her Carmelite convent in
Coimbra, Portugal, after a long illness. Living in isolation in
the cloistered convent, Sister Lucia had reportedly lost her
eyesight and hearing in the months preceding her death.
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