St. Stanislaus Oratory Participates in the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage

On Sunday, June 23, St. Stanislaus oratory in Milwaukee participated in the National Eucharistic Procession. For the first time in history, pilgrims were processing hundreds of miles across the United States with the Blessed Sacrament on the way to the National Eucharistic Congress in July. The procession began at four points--northern Minnesota (Marian route), Connecticut (Seton route), southern Texas (Juan Diego route), and California (Serra route)—all converging in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Hundreds of pilgrims from across the city followed the Blessed Sacrament from the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist to join pilgrims at St. Stanislaus for benediction. Then all processed to the Basilica of St. Josephat for a second benediction before proceeding to the Seminary of St. Francis de Sales. These stops were among over 50 stops in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee which the National pilgrims made on their way to Chicago and finally Indianapolis.
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This unprecedented event, which undoubtedly brought many graces to the pilgrims and to the country, was incredibly beautiful and St. Stanislaus oratory felt humbled and privileged to participate.

Gallery of photos from the pilgrimage HERE

Archdiocese of Milwaukee video of pilgrimage HERE