The Way of a pilgrim is unceasing prayer

Christ-Pancrator_JerusalemThe Christian’s life on pilgrimage does not end until death. And even then, there is an eternity of discovery & delight to expect in the presence of the Supremely Good & Almighty God.

To keep us on The Way, the Pilgrimage Chaplains ask pilgrims to recite with devotion each day the sublime, three-line prayer of St. Nicholas of Flüe, and in that way to commit it to memory:

My Lord and my God,
take from me whatever keeps me from Thee.

My Lord and my God,
grant me whatever brings me to Thee.

My Lord and my God,
take my self, to live wholly in Thee.

St. Nicholas of Flüe, 1447-1487

Download the same prayer from this page, and post it to your refrigerator, bathroom mirror, on your pillow … you get the point.

Pilgrimage for Restoration
Come to restore. The rest will come.

20th Annual

Pilgrimage Banner
Friday – Sunday
September 18-20, 2015

“Nobody makes pilgrimage alone.”
“In unione orationum.”
Now is the acceptable time.
II. Cor. vi, 2

Now is the time to register to pilgrimage to Auriesville. Register from this page. It’s simple and easy.

You can also make pilgrimage from afar, from home or parish: obtain a plenary indulgence, sponsor a pilgrim (or two), request prayers or offer them — all from this page.

Listen to and learn the Songs of Pilgrimage!

God grant us the grace of making pilgrimage together worthily.

For more information, e-mail or phone the Director. 610/435-2634

Pilgrimage for Restoration
Come to restore. The rest will come.

c/o NCCL – 621 Jordan Circle, Whitehall PA 18052-7119 USA

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