How one man is preparing pilgrims for the unexpected

Next week, pilgrims will begin a 6,500-mile journey, walking across the country with the Eucharist as part of the three-year National Eucharistic Revival. Organizers say that it will be the largest Eucharistic pilgrimage in history, with four routes covering the entire continental

Being a pilgrim is not easy, as Dorothy Day shows

Many preachers refer to the Christian life as a journey, and there is some truth in that. But columnist David Mills argues that it is more accurate to refer to Christians as “pilgrims,” which Scripture does repeatedly. What happens, though, when we

A unique chance to meet Christ in our streets

The Our Sunday Visitor Editorial Board discusses the significant upcoming National Eucharistic Pilgrimage, emphasizing its role as a profound, nation-spanning event that allows for deep spiritual engagement and community participation. The pilgrimage, unprecedented in its scale, involves four routes converging in Indianapolis,

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