Tuesday, June 15th, the Marian Pilgrimage that has been traveling throughout the Archdiocese, stoped at St. Ignatius. We had a beautiful day and a great turnout to help us welcome the Pilgrims and the statue to our Church.
Enjoy the highlights from the Marian Pilgrimage in the video below!
In commemoration of the bicentennial, our Archdiocese is doing a 33 day walking Marian pilgrimage which began up north at Russells Point on May 16. It will crisscross its way throughout the entire archdiocese, and will finish at the Cathedral on June 19. Along the way, pilgrims are carrying a statute of Our Lady of Fatima over 300 miles and stoping at more than 36 parishes. For more information about the pilgrimage go to https://200.catholicaoc.org/marian-pilgrimage