Arriving September 27, to make pilgrimage Sunday-only?
It’s easy. Here’s how. (more…)
A young homeschooling Mother teaches what surprised her to learn on pilgrimage — about life. What about you?
“A Young Mom’s Journey”, The Latin Mass magazine, Spring 2020
“These things I have spoken to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you shall have distress: but have confidence, I have overcome the world.” Jn. xvi, 33
Christ is risen! Truly he is risen!
The following is a good word from Pilgrimage Chaplain, Rev. Fr. Gregory Pendergraft, who addressed the following lines via e-mail this morning to his Roman flock at St. Stephen of Hungary Parish in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
As we are subjected to yet more weeks of social distancing, it is important to remember that fear has been used in every (more…)
“Pray without ceasing.” It’s never too early to join fellow pilgrims in prayer. To make it easier to remember and recite the short prayer each day, every pilgrim is asked to print it out, post it to the refrigerator in the kitchen, leave it at one’s night table next to the bed, tape it to the mirror in the bathroom … Ok, you get the point.
So, click here to download the prayer of St Nicholas of Flüe.
Spread the word, too!
Post the file to your Facebook page or blog.
Stefan McDaniel of New York City has made pilgrimage twice in penance and in honor of the American martyrs at Auriesville, the second time in 2017.
Here’s his story.
American Pilgrimage, by Stefan McDaniel, in First Things online, February 2020 — https://www.firstthings.com/article/2020/02/american-pilgrimage
Dates for Pilgrimage 2020 are, as is the custom, the last weekend in September.
This year the traditional feast of the martyrs of New France, September 26, occurs directly in the midst of pilgrimage, on Saturday.
Friday – Sunday, 25 – 27 September 2020 A.D.
Check back soon to download the pilgrims’ prayer, and for announcements of very special events.
Come to restore. The rest will come.
Campers staying Thursday night at the Battleground Campground at Lake George ARE OBLIGED, naturally, to keep their own campsite and all the campground clean and orderly, including the public bathrooms.
Every camper must observe the quiet time from 10:0pm til 07:00am. That means LIGHTS OUT and that no one beyond your site, in an adjacent site, may hear you make any noise after 10:00pm Thursday evening until 07:00 Friday morning.
Please spread the word.
Not everyone overnights Thursday at the same accommodations, but IF YOU ARE STAYING THURSDAY NIGHT at the Lake George BATTLEGROUND CAMPGROUND it is best to pre-book/to reserve your stay there.
(Campers who stay at the Battleground Campground Thursday must pay their own way to overnight there. The pilgrimage does not begin until Friday morning.)
Click here, to reserve your camp site.
You may also pay the camping fee there in person, at the entrance to to the Battleground Campground.
Upwards of six campers may overnight per site, and split the site fee.
That’s right. Every pilgrim must check-in upon arrival.
We strongly advise you to do that on Thursday afternoon or evening with the ‘early-birds’.
It’s possible Friday morning, too — but barely. There is always too little time.
That’s because every pilgrim, without exception, must also report to (more…)