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Epiphany – July 10, 2023

Patrick Sabat tells us about Fatima Tour for Peace and where you can visit the statue. Kenyetta Dotson gives us updates after the Unity march.


Segment 1

Patrick Sabat tells us about Fatima Tour for Peace and where you can visit the statue.

Patrick Sabat completed his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy at Our Lady of Peace College Seminary in the Diocese of Tarlac, Philippines. While still discerning the vocation to the priesthood, he enrolled at the Jesuit-run university, Ateneo de Manila for masteral studies in Philosophy and later held a teaching position at the Tarlac State University. He hosted Catholic radio and TV programs, and ventured into a computer/media production business. When he got married, they moved to Singapore for a couple of years. He was asked to accompany the International Pilgrim Virgin Statue (IPVS) of Fatima in 2003, mostly to Asia and Australia, and five years later (2008) gave up his university career and businesses to work full time as the IPV Statue custodian worldwide.

Patrick has travelled internationally spreading the message of Fatima and promoting devotion to Our Blessed Mother and the Eucharist, the Rosary and the Scapular. He has delivered engaging talks during conferences and various presentations in many different settings, including churches, schools and universities, correctional facilities, nursing homes and hospitals. Our Lady has shown him the wonderful work of a lay apostle through the Pilgrim Virgin Statue Program, and the vocation he was searching for himself.

Patrick continues its teaching mission as the principle statue custodian and now the Director of the PVS Program of the World Apostolate of Fatima, USA (The Blue Army). He has been a frequent guest on radio and television, and has given hundreds of media interviews including EWTN, Relevant Radio, Fox News and CBS News among others. He and his wife, Mary Anne, and their 3 children now reside in Munster, IN.

To find out more information about International Virgin Pilgrim Statue here: Fatima Shrine Detroit

Segment 2

Kenyetta Dotson gives us updates after the Unity march.

Kenyetta Dotson is a community organizer, veteran, and woman of faith who encourages positive systemic change throughout the City of Flint, Genesee County, and beyond. She has over 30 years of community development experience, serving as an advocate for youth, families, and survivors of violence. These skills and qualities were developed in her pursuit of higher education which began at Mott Community College, reinforced at the University of Michigan – Flint, where she earned a Bachelor of Applied Science degree, and continuing with a Master’s in Social Work Degree from Michigan State University.  Kenyetta recently completed her Doctorate Degree from Ashland University.

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