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 can thank Our Blessed and all-Immaculate Lady, St. Mary the Mother of God, whose feast – her holy Name – we celebrate today. September 12.
Thank her for what?
Thanks to your Mother, you don’t have to miss the pilgrimage because you were ‘a day late and a few dollars short’ (again?) this year.
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?
August 22, the feast of Our Blessed Lady’s all-Immaculate Heart, is your lucky day.
Save $60 EACH when you and two other friends register and remit the fee via PayPal on her feast.
Today, August 14, the Vigil of the Dormition & Assumption of The Blessed Lady, begins three days of rock-bottom discounts on registration for groups & families of three or more.
Tomorrow, the Great Feast itself, is the second day of discounts.
And then we honor Our Lady’s holy Father – St. Joachim – The Grandfather of Christ, on his feast Wednesday, August 16th.
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
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.
Thanks to your heavenly Mother you don’t have to miss the pilgrimage because you were ‘a day late and a few dollars short’ (again?) this year.
Discounts are still available for individuals the months of June , July, and August. See this page for details. But the rock-bottom discounts for groups & families are available on the “12 days of Christmas in summertime”.
“And seeing the multitudes, he [Christ] had compassion on them: because they were distressed, and lying like sheep that have no shepherd. Then he saith to his disciples, The harvest indeed is great, but the labourers are few.” Mt. ix, 36-37
by Annika DeMaster, 16 – Immaculate Heart of Mary Brigade
Dear fellow Pilgrims,
I would like to ask you to join me in praying for (more…)
In your charity, would you pray for pilgrims and especially the priest-chaplains?
To beg God to draw them to pilgrimage, and – for the chaplains – to minister to the pilgrims: including to invite & lead their own flocks on pilgrimage for restoration, on The Way to Auriesville.
If you will, then other pilgrims already praying wish you to join them!
Contact Prayer-Team Leader & veteran (more…)
Were you there that Friday evening in 2003, at the “Canawagha Castle”, above the then-Blessed Kateri Shrine in Fonda?
(The sun was shining brightly that year — for a welcomed change! — even after 5pm. And those were the days the pilgrimage took four days, ending on a Saturday.)
Let everyone know.
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