Mark your calendar!
Join pilgrims converging at Allentown, Pennsylvania, for a day of recollection Saturday, (more…)
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…)
You bet’cha. Today’s your lucky day.
You can thank Our Blessed and all-Immaculate Lady, St. Mary the Mother of God, whose feast – her holy Nativity – we celebrate today. September 8.
Thanks to your Mother, in other words, you don’t have to miss the pilgrimage because you were ‘a day late and a few dollars short’ (again?) this year.
Wish to save your soul on pilgrimage and spare some cash registering for it?
Then today, August 22, the feast of Our Blessed Lady’s all-Immaculate Heart, is your lucky day.
Save $50 EACH when you and two other friends register and remit the fee via PayPal on her feast.
O God, who didst vouchsafe to bestow upon blessed Anne such grace, that she was found worthy to become the mother of her who brought forth Thine only-begotten Son; mercifully grant that we who celebrate her festival, may be helped by her intercession with Thee. Through the same Our Lord Jesus Christ … Collect of today’s liturgical festival
The discount period on registration fees for groups & families expired June 1. But that doesn’t mean you or your friends and family are stuck.
Thanks to Our Blessed Lady’s charity commemorated today on her feast of Mount Carmel, July 16, you and your friends & family may register at the discounted rate.
But hurry. The ‘grace period’ ends at (more…)
Well, then today’s your lucky day.
You can thank Our Blessed and all-Pure Lady, St. Mary the Mother of Christ-God, whose feast – her holy Visitation – we (including Ss. Elizabeth & John the Forerunner, dancing for joy in utero) celebrate July 2.
Thanks to your Mother, in other words, you don’t have to miss the pilgrimage (again?) because you were ‘a day late and a few dollars short’ this year.
“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.
Feast of the Martyrs of New France – Jean de Brébeuf, Isaac Jogues, and Companions
Spread the word!
Post it on your blog or website!
Pin it to the bulletin board in the vestibule at your parish!
Publish it in your parish bulletin or e-newsletter!
Put it on your parish’s e-bulletin board!
Invite your Pastor and/or favorite Priest!