Welcome To The Covington Diocese World Apostolate of Fatima Website
Love for Our Lady is our bond! 
Bishop Foys Consecrates the Covington Diocese to Our Lady of Fatima on the 100th Anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun! 
Rowing for Fatima   - Mission Accomplished!         
If you would like more information about the row or would like Greg to speak at your parish/school please call 513-344-1284 or email: info@covdiobluearmy.com.  
The Covington Diocese Blue Army successfully completed our mission to spread the Message of Fatima along the East Coast. In celebration of the Jubilee Year of Fatima, Greg Dougherty, former President of the Covington Diocese Blue Army, rowed a18ft skiff 1200 miles from Miami Beach, FL to N.Y. City. The purpose for the row was to promote the Message of Fatima as God's Peace Plan for the world and to encourage the faithful to pray the Rosary every day as Our Lady requested. Beginning at St. Patrick's in Miami Beach, the mission was completed upon Greg's arrival at St. Patrick's Cathedral in N.Y. (see photo above). 
Click on the following links to see how this mission was covered. We are pleased that a few secular papers shared the Message of Fatima with their readers!
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This route was in lieu of the North Atlantic Row from N.Y. to Ireland, which had to be postponed to May of 2018. In light of the upcoming referendumm to legalize abortion in Ireland, Greg and Gerald will be rowing to promote the sanctity of life from the moment of conception to natural death.
Help us Spread the Message of Fatima by Sponsoring a Mile. Just Click "Donate" 
Donations can be made through the EMBARKE Foundation on this website or by sending checks to the following address. 
Checks can be made to: The EMBARKE Foundation (WAF:Rowing for Fatima in memo) Please send to P.O. Box 73012 Bellevue, KY 41073. Donations are tax deductible. 
We would like to take our Rosary walk to parishes throughout the Diocese of Covington on First Saturdays. Let us know if you would like to include your parish.  
Click here to read the winning essay for our Essay Contest.

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