Monday, August 02, 2010

Marie Reine du Canada Pilgrimage 2010 (and a Pilgrimage in Michigan)

Many of you will recall from previous years, the Marie Reine du Canada pilgrimage which occurs within Quebec, beginning from St-Joseph-de-Lanoraie and finishing at historic Notre-Dame-du-Cap. This pilgrimage, like Chartres, is characterized by youths who have a particular attachment to the usus antiquior and typically involves priests of the FSSP who hear confessions along the way and offer Mass.

Notre Dame du Cap, built in 1714

The banner of the Marie Reine du Canada pilgrimage

Recently, the following promotional video was made for this year's pilgrimage, which I am happy to share with you today:

See also:

Marie Reine du Canada Facebook Page

Marie Reine du Canada Youtube Channel

Official website of Marie Reine du Canada

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Speaking of pilgrimages, those in the Michigan area may be interested to know about the Pilgrimage for Christian Culture which takes place from August 13-14th.

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