Fatima in Hispanic cultures

I run a missing persons database for the United States and I’ve noticed the name [name_f]Fatima[/name_f] popping up for Hispanic girls from time to time. For example, if you go to missingkids.com (the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children website) and search for the name [name_f]Fatima[/name_f], two of the three results as of this writing are for Hispanic girls. NamUs, the federal database of missing people, has a [name_f]Fatima[/name_f] [name_m]Santiago[/name_m]-[name_f]Luna[/name_f] who’s missing. Any thoughts on this?

[name_f]Fatima[/name_f] refers to Our Lady of [name_f]Fatima[/name_f], a [name_u]Marian[/name_u] manifestation in [name_f]Fatima[/name_f], Portugal. The virgin mother appeared to three shepard children: [name_f]Jacinta[/name_f], [name_m]Francisco[/name_m] and [name_f]Lucia[/name_f].

Hispanics of Catholic faith commonly bestow the names of saints of devotion on their children, like [name_f]Guadalupe[/name_f], [name_f]Lourdes[/name_f] etcetera.