The Year of St. Joseph: Shrines of Wisconsin with Cardinal Raymond Burke (SOLD OUT, CALL FOR WAITING LIST)
National Shrines of St. Joseph and Our Lady of Good Help
23 July 2021 to 26 July 2021
You can watch the full length Pilgrimage below or download it here.
Cardinal Burke and Covid - especially for our Wisconsin Pilgrims
This is especially for all those pilgrims who joined us for our July 2021 “Shrines of Wisconsin” pilgrimage in which we all enjoyed the company of Cardinal Burke for Mass, dinner and his talk to our group.
|WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11|
|PRAYERS FOR CARDINAL BURKE Cardinal Raymond Burke tweeted out last night: “Praised be Jesus Christ! I wish to inform you that I have recently tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Thanks be to God, I am resting comfortably and receiving excellent medical care. Please pray for me as I begin my recovery. Let us trust in Divine Providence. God bless you.” Join us in praying a Hail Mary now for Cardinal Burke and everyone who is sick. LINK|
About the Pilgrimage
For those who want to get out of the house and share a marvelous summer pilgrimage experience with other faithful Catholic families, join us for the Year of St. Joseph at the shrines of Wisconsin.
✞ National Shrine of St. Joseph
✞ Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe
✞ National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help (home of the only approved Marian appartition in the US)
DAY 1: FRIDAY JULY 23 • SHRINE OF OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE | HIS EMINENCE, RAYMOND CARDINAL BURKE
Drive to La Crosse, WI in your automobile. (Those flying-in , and selecting the Optional Add-On will take the motorcoach from Milwaukee to La Crosse today.) Meet your hosts, Steve and Janet Ray, upon arrival in La Crosse. His Eminence, Raymond Cardinal Burke will celebrate a private opening Mass, provide a talk, and join our group for dinner at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Time to enjoy the beautiful grounds, with time for personal prayer. Welcome dinner this evening at the Shrine. Overnight in La Crosse.
DAY 2: SATURDAY JULY 24 • RUDOLPH GROTTO GARDENS | NATIONAL SHRINE OF OUR LADY OF GOOD HELP
After breakfast, drive to Rudolph, WI to visit the Rudolph Grotto Gardens. (Those on the Optional Add-On will transfer via motorcoach.) Here you can explore over five acres of gardens and shrines. You can also journey through the Wonder Cave, a 1/5 mile passageway featuring 26 shrines, and designed based on the Catacombs in Rome! Depart for Champion, WI to visit The National Shrine Of Our Lady Of Good Help, the only approved Marian apparition site in the United States. Celebrate a private Mass and take a tour of the Shrine. Enjoy time at leisure for prayer and reflection. Depart for Door County WI. Enjoy a group dinner as you take in the beautiful sunset over Lake Michigan. Overnight in Green Bay for two nights.
DAY 3: SUNDAY JULY 25 • NATIONAL SHRINE OF ST. JOSEPH | STEVE RAY TALK ON ST. JOSEPH
This morning, drive to Old St. Joseph Catholic Church, Parish Church for St. Norbert College, and home to The National Shrine Of St. Joseph! (Those on the Optional Add-On will transfer via motorcoach.) Tour the Shrine, complete the daily readings and prayers prior to making your consecration to St. Joseph. (see details below.) Celebrate Mass at the Shrine. Enjoy time at leisure for personal devotions and opportunity to tour St. Norbert College campus. You will have lunch on your own in De Pere, WI. Enjoy sightseeing this afternoon, your choice of the Green Bay Botanical Garden or a tour of Lambeau Field (home of the Green Bay Packers.) Farewell dinner features a talk on St. Joseph by Steve Ray. Overnight in Green Bay.
NOTE: Consecration is a 33 day process, beginning June 22, 2021. Follow-along in the book by Fr. Don Callaway: Consecration to St. Joseph. www.fathercalloway.com/books-and-gifts/consecration-st-joseph-wonders-our-spiritual-father
DAY 4: MONDAY JULY 26 • FAREWELL BREAKFAST | DEPART FOR HOME
Enjoy breakfast and say Farewell to Steve & Janet Ray and new friends made on our pilgrimage, in celebration the Year of St. Joseph. Check-out of hotel and drive home. Those who arrived by air will transfer by motorcoach to the Milwaukee Airport, for return flights this afternoon.