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
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
The 27th annual Pilgrimage for Restoration is scheduled to take place Friday-Sunday, September 23 – 25, 2022 A.D.
Because New York State authorities might just make it impossible or impracticable for a third-straight year to enter the State for pilgrimage to the Shrine at Auriesville, organizers have decided Read More
How did it happen? Can it happen to you, too?
“Pilgrimage Impossible”, The Latin Mass magazine, Spring 2021
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.
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.
The pilgrimage does not begin until Friday morning. Every camper who overnights at the Battleground Campground is responsible to pay the fee to the campground authorities, and to comport himself peaceably and with every respect to the law, to good order, to public authorities and all others who visit the place.
Pilgrim families & seniors arriving Sunday are most welcome to join other pilgrim families & seniors already on pilgrimage as early as 10:00am Sunday morning at the Shrine in Auriesville for special, new events there.
Families & newcomer pilgrim-friends will gather Read More