Our Lady of Fatima Parish, Worcester

Our Lady of Fatima Parish, Worcester

Our Lady of Fatima was formerly a worship house that offered spiritual support to Roman Catholic and Lutheran congregations. It was built in 1910 and is constructed of granite. In 1950 the Diocese of Worcester purchased it and set up Our Lady of Fatima Church to serve the Catholic community of the town. At present Our Lady of Fatima gathers together 1500 families.

The objectives of the church are to create opportunities for spiritual education, social meetings and projects. The building has neo-Gothic revival architectural features and is an impressive sight for tourists.

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Our Lady of Fatima Parish on Map

Sight Name: Our Lady of Fatima Parish
Sight Location: Worcester, USA (See walking tours in Worcester)
Sight Type: Religious
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