Below are some pictures from this year’s Auriesville Pilgrimage for Restoration. This 60+ miles journey across ‘New France’ ends at the place where Saints Isaac Jogues, René Goupîl, John LaLande and numerous Native American Converts were martyred 376 years ago.
This year the College sent a group of around fifty students on the pilgrimage.
“A special intention of the pilgrimage is restoration of the Catholic family, civil society and the specifically Roman liturgical tradition. We hope thereby to show our attachment to the Church’s tradition – East & West – and the riches it contains, not with the intention of reverting to some by-gone era, but rather of drawing benefits from the ancient sources and putting them to work in the world today.”