The Communal First Saturdays is the first canonically approved public First Saturdays devotion accompanying the Liturgy in a standardized written form that can be established in any parish.

Urgent:The Communal First Saturdays can help parishes make public reparation for all sins.

See below about a speaker on the First Saturdays Devotion.

”If you are what you should be, you will set the whole world on fire!” -St. Catherine of Siena
Did you know that Our Lady has already told us how we can be what we should be and what we can do to set the world on fire with the Holy Spirit?

How can we stop these World Tragedies?

Communal First Saturdays helps broken families
Communal First Saturdays battles abuse
Communal First Saturdays helps to stop the scourge of abortion
Communal First Saturdays helps to end world hunger
Communal First Saturdays helps to solve the Middle East crisis
Communal First Saturdays helps to stop the persecution of Christians
Communal First Saturdays battles human trafficking
Communal First Saturdays helps to solve many more tragedies

First Saturdays: Our Lady has given us the solution. Are we willing to do what Our Lady tells us to bring peace? Our Lady made 2 special requests to bring the salvation of souls and a certain period of peace to the world. One special request remains to be fulfilled. How do we fulfill this request? Find the answer in the right-hand column.

“If you do what I tell you, many souls will be saved, there will be peace.” Our Lady of the Rosary at Fatima, July 13, 1917

Again, What is Our Lady’s request?

The First Saturdays devotion is the solution that Our Lady gave for the many world tragedies. How do we fulfill the First Saturdays devotion?

Communal First Saturdays 4 Practices 1 Intention Our Lady of Guadalupe Tilma
Communal First Saturdays Confession
Communal First Saturdays 15 Minute Meditation on the Rosary
Communal First Saturdays Holy Mass and Communion of Reparation
Communal First Saturdays 15 Minute Meditation on the Rosary
Communal First Saturdays Reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

How can we make it easier for more people to participate in the First Saturdays?

The answer is the Communal First Saturdays!



In the year 2000, the Church officially confirmed that the collegial consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary had been fulfilled (Message of Fatima, vatican.va). In addition, the Vatican wrote:

“Sister Lucia personally confirmed that this solemn and universal act of consecration corresponded to what Our Lady wished (“Sim, està feita, tal como Nossa Senhora a pediu, desde o dia 25 de Março de 1984”: “Yes it has been done just as Our Lady asked, on 25 March 1984”: Letter of 8 November 1989). Hence any further discussion or request is without basis” (Message of Fatima, vatican.va).

The Communal First Saturdays is spreading!

The Communal First Saturdays has now spread to a number of different states, Mexico, Colombia, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. Praise and thanks be to God!

The Catholic Herald in the UK recently wrote an article about the spread of the Communal First Saturdays in the UK and the great response! Please see article here.

The Communal First Saturdays Apostolate interviewed on EWTN!

Katrina Leyden, PhD, President & Co-Founder of the Communal First Saturdays Apostolate (CFSA), was interviewed on EWTN’s At Home with Jim and Joy television program. Part 1 and Part 2 can be viewed here.

Invite Us to Speak

Invite the foremost authorities on the First Saturdays Devotion and the Communal First Saturdays to speak. For a list of speakers, click here.

EWTN article about the CFSA

Please see article here.

Communal First Saturdays Apostolate and book endorsed by Fr. Calloway, MIC

“The Communal First Saturdays Apostolate is a gift to the Church!  This apostolate is long overdue and a very necessary part of the message of Fatima.  I highly recommend this apostolate and book [The Communal First Saturdays], and I have no doubt that Jesus and Mary are very pleased with it.  May we all seek to make reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary! ”

~Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC

Author of Champions of the Rosary