OLL Carpool to the Eucharistic Pilgrimage

Friday, July 5: South Bend & Notre Dame

The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage is a massive Eucharistic procession beginning from four different parts of the U.S. and converging on Indianapolis for the National Eucharistic Congress. The Marian Route began in Minnesota in May and makes stops along the Michigan/Indiana border in early July. This is a great opportunity for us to meet up with the pilgrimage. Are you in?

OLL is planning a carpool that will gather at the parish at 12:30 p.m. on July 5 to travel to St. Therese Catholic Church in South Bend, arriving by 3 p.m. There we will hear a testimony from Mia Tiwana, a convert from Islam to the Catholic Church. This will be followed by praise and worship led by Andrew Goldstein of the Vigil Project as we await our Eucharistic Jesus to arrive with the Marian Route pilgrims. A short period of Adoration will transition into a roughly two-mile Eucharistic procession to the Basilica of the Sacred Heart at the University of Notre Dame, where we will attend Mass. Those who are interested can stay for a discussion of the Eucharist by a panel of theology professors in Geddes Hall after the Mass.

Contact Cory Lakatos, Director of Community Life, if you’re interested in the carpool on July 5. Learn more about the Marian Route of the pilgrimage at eucharisticpilgrimage.org/marian-route.