Virtual First Saturdays Devotion of Reparation

WAF England and Wales launches Virtual First Saturdays Devotion of Reparation

The World Apostolate of Fatima (WAF) in England and Wales are commencing a new initiative which will enable people to participate in the First Saturdays Devotion of Reparation via Zoom on their computers, laptops or phones. The Zoom ID for this is: 588-891-8462.

This initiative is our way of promoting the First Saturdays Devotion in preparation for the Centenary of the request for the Five First Saturdays made by Our Lady to Sr Lucia which will take place in 2025. More details about this devotion can be seen here

This initiative is also a response to the vandalism of our churches and other sacred objects, and for other blasphemies and offences against the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

It is not, however, meant to be a replacement for the normal First Saturday devotions happening in parishes, where it is possible for these to still take place, but rather a means by which to augment the spread of this devotion.

Details of existing First Saturdays devotions can be seen here – but please check before travelling any distance to attend one.

We will be doing these First Saturday Devotions of Reparation via Zoom meeting room (Zoom ID: 588-891-8462) and also by live streaming via the WAF England & Wales FB page at:

(or search: WAF E & W), as the former can only accommodate 100 people in the room.

This initiative has already commenced and these meetings will take place each First Saturday of the month until at least October 2021.

Each virtual First Saturdays Zoom meeting will begin at 8:00 pm (20:00) on the First Saturday and last an hour and a quarter. The session will begin with a Welcome and a Fatima/Marian hymn, followed by an Act of Contrition, and an Act of Reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Then at 8:15 pm, there will be the Fatima prayers, followed by a fifteen minute meditation given by one of the WAF Spiritual Directors. The recitation of the Rosary will commence at 8:40 pm and be followed by an Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The session will end at 9:15 pm with the Litany of Our Lady of Fatima.