Each year near All Souls day, hundreds of faithful gather at the United States-Mexican border with the local bishops to celebrate the Eucharist and bring a sacrament of unity and life to a place marked by division and death. Some of you have joined us on this journey in 2019. This year, the staff of the Curia and the Immigration Task Force are, once again, organizing a Pilgrimage to the Border centered around the Mass at the Border. In this time of deep division in our country concerning immigration we are inviting groups of local Catholic High Schools and Parish Youth Ministries to be a part of this powerful message of solidarity with our local migrant community and our brothers and sisters at the border.
November 2: Depart from the Cardinal Rigali Center after a short prayer service at 2:00pm.
November 3: Arrive in El Paso and check into hotel. Dinner and evening programming held at hotel
November 4: Mass at Mt. Cristo Rey, lunch at a migrants woman’s cooperative, meeting with members of the Border Patrol, dinner and evening programming at Sacred Heart Parish in El Paso.
November 5: Mass at the Border at 10am MST, lunch and fellowship. Depart for St. Louis early afternoon.
November 6: Arrive at the Cardinal Rigali Center early afternoon.
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For more information please contact Marie Kenyon