Question #1 – “What should I do first?” – Pilgrimage 2023

After registering, it’s time to do the one thing necessary. … Start saying your prayers!

Pilgrimage Chaplains ask all pilgrims to recite the pilgrim’s prayer, composed in three short lines by St. Nicholas of Flüe.

Short as it is, it can be memorized in a minute, tops.

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

Print it out, and stick it to your refrigerator or bathroom mirror to remind you to pray it devotedly every day.

After pilgrimage, continue to pray this prayer, in order better to remain faithful to your resolutions.

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

28th annual — 2023 A.D.

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Friday – Sunday
29 September – October 1

“Now is the acceptable time.”


Your friends staying home this year can 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!

“No one makes pilgrimage alone.”
Oremus pro invicem.
In unione orationum.
Ad majorem Dei gloriam.
“Now is the acceptable time.” II. Cor. vi, 2

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