The 19th annual Pilgrimage for Restoration to the Shrine of the North American Martyrs in Auriesville, NY, is scheduled for this weekend, Friday-Sunday, September 19-21. Extraordinary form Holy Mass crowns the Pilgrimage this year in St. Kateri’s Chapel [NOTE: not the Coliseum church], once again at 3:15 P.M. Sunday.
Further information on the pilgrimage: link
This description is from the Pilgrimage website:
“The annual pilgrimage is a spiritual journey of the faithful to the place where Saints Isaac Jogues, René Goupîl, John de LaLande and several Huron convert-companions were martyred 372 years ago. It is conducted in honor of Christ Our King, for the restoration of new Christendom, and in reparation for sins against the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Invoking the intercession of America’s saints and martyrs, we desire that Catholic faith restore every dimension of our lives: our hearts, families, workplaces, parishes, neighborhoods, cities, dioceses, the American nations.
The pilgrimage is an exercise of penance and prayer, of contradiction and restoration, having both a personal and social character. Modeled on the annual Pentecost pilgrimage to Notre-Dame de Chartres, France, we embrace the traditional doctrine & practice of Holy Church, with all its demands.
A special intention of the pilgrimage is the restoration of the Catholic family, civil society and the specifically Roman liturgical, theological and pious tradition. We hope thereby to show our attachment to the Church’s Tradition 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 allowing them to work in the world today.”