Hi ladies! May 30 was the feast day of our patronness, St. Joan of Arc. However, it’s not too late to pre-register for the pilgrimage- today is the last day for the best discounts. Check out the following links for more instructions.
Today’s deal is certainly better than the walk-on prices in September: http://national-coalition.org/pilgrim/rendezvous.html#procrastinate
If you haven’t made up your mind, PRE-register to hold her place and register at the base price by July 1. http://national-coalition.org/w/pre-registration-pilgrimage-2012
Best wishes and see you in September!
Hi ladies! Are you getting ready for September?
This year’s pilgrimage theme has been chosen.
In honor of St. Kateri, soon to be raised to the altars shared by the Blessed in Heaven, it is “Restoration of True Devotion to Mary, in the footsteps of St. Kateri“.
Read about St. Kateri’s canonization here.
Stay tuned for explanations to follow.
Prepare to follow in St. Kateri’s footsteps by pre-registering today. It’s quick, easy, painless and sensible.
A blessed Great Fast (Lent) and an happy feast of Great St. Patrick to you, my Friends & fellow Pilgrims!
I’ve just pre-registered for Pilgrimage 2012.
It was quick & painless.
You know one of life’s old adages, “Where there’s a will there’s a way”. Well, the feeling I now enjoy is having obeyed Christ’s Will Who is the Way of our Life on pilgrimage.
Will you do the same? I encourage you to seize the moment of grace.
It’s easy. Continue reading →
Blessed be God in His angels and in his Saint!”
“The Supreme Pontiff, Benedict XVI, today received in audience Cardinal Angelo Amato S.D.B., prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, and authorized the promulgation of a decree concerning a miracle to advance the cause of the native-born American Mohawk-Huron beata, Kateri Tekakwitha.”
“Read the news! Click here.”
“It is a day long prayed-for by many a pilgrim, and worked-for by the late postulator of her cause, Father John Paret SJ, the former director of the shrine at Auriesville who always received us with such generosity of catholic heart.”
“Let all thanks now be to God for so great a gift to the Church Universal and to the church in America.”
“The Director of the annual Pilgrimage for Restoration has asked pilgrims to pray, immediately upon learning this gladsome news, one Ave Maria to join in the jubilation of thanks to God for this glorious day.
On Thursday, December 8, brigadesmen & women plan to pray God to spare the lives of innocent unborn children scheduled to be killed at the Allentown Womens’ Center abortion clinic on Union Boulevard in Allentown, PA.”
“Prayers begin at 1pm.”
“The address is 1409 Union Blvd, 18109. ”
“Veterans who pray and give witness there suggest that we stay on Livingston Street, behind the clinic, and do not speak to anyone from the AWC.
It was by all accounts a pilgrimage of many graces. Deo gratias!
If you have a story of Pilgrimage 2011 to tell, please submit it via e-mail to Brigadier, Aili Whelan.
Meanwhile, ride the wave to Pilgrimage 2012! We can now pre-register for next year by clicking here.
Besides locking in the discounted fee until July 1, each of us can use the form to decide the way which he or she will participate next year. (There are five ways. See below.)
And we can invite others to join the Brigade by using the form to pre-register.
What are the ways a pilgrim can participate in Pilgrimage 2012 by pre-registering with this form?
1. Fold your hands in prayer for pilgrims. (Click here.)
2. Lend an helping-hand to our brigade in preparation for pilgrimage, or/and ‘in the field’. (E-mail Brigadier Aili Whelan.)
3. Join the Company of St. René Goupil and help the pilgrims at large. (Click here.)
4. Sponsor a pilgrim or the brigade with alms. (Click here.)
5. Pray, prepare, and pace with a brigade ‘in the field’. (Pre-register by clicking here.)
Welcome to the weblog of the St. Joan of Arc Brigade — the newest blog, now under construction, of the Pilgrimage for Restoration.
Check back for updates, expected soon.
Meanwhile, feel free to have a look at the other blogs of the annual Pilgrimage and the website of NCCL.
The Coalition’s main weblog.