The schedule of events for the modified pilgrimage is attached below.
All pilgrims participating in the modified events are asked to print it out and keep it on hand for immediate reference in the field this week during Pilgrimage.
That’s right. Every pilgrim without exception must check-in upon arrival at Wood Park, Thursday between 4:30 to 10:30.
Click here to learn how to check-in, stress-free.
Click here to learn how to arrive at the check-in location Thursday after noon.
For those pilgrims ONLY who arrive after 10:30 Thursday night, there is an alternate check-in Friday morning at 6:00am at Wood Park. This alternate check-in is NOT AN OPTION for pilgrims. It is a last resort, after all personal plans and efforts to arrive before 10:30 Thursday evening have fallen through.
Every pilgrim, without exception, must report to Read More
What is it like to be on traditional, walking pilgrimage for three whole days? Student pilgrims from Thomas More College of Liberal Arts share their experience in the video below.
The 28th annual Pilgrimage for Restoration is scheduled to take place Friday-Sunday, September 29 – October 1, 2023 A.D.
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‘Something for everybody’ to participate in 2023!
Dear Fellow Pilgrim,
Over the many years of making pilgrimage and helping others to do the same, we have developed a series of steps that the organizers have learned from their experiences. When brigades fail to form or reform from year to year, it is usually because Read More
Attention clergy, bulletin editors, webmasters, pilgrims all!
Tell the parish family & friends about the 28th annual pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady’s Martyrs of New France at Auriesville, NY.
All the ‘basic info at a glance’ in a hand-out is now available (in three formats), including a short ‘sample announcement’ for the parish blog or weekly bulletin.
And this all-new easy-to-print poster!
Here’s the sample Read More
No one makes Pilgrimage alone.
At the Pilgrimage for Restoration, pilgrims form in brigades and walk together in song, prayer, and fellowship.
Almost without being noticed, pilgrim-organizers (all volunteers) guide and shadow the sometimes mile-long column of brigades to assist them at every step of The Way, allowing pilgrims to concentrate on the “one thing alone necessary” – seeking and being with Christ.
Follow a brigade of students from Thomas More College in the video below.
The 28th annual Pilgrimage for Restoration is scheduled to take place Read More