Thomas More College on Pilgrimage

On the weekend of September 23, 2011, thirteen Thomas More College students ventured forth to walk the 62-mile pilgrimage from Lake George to the Shrine of Our Lady of the North American Martyrs.

In its sixteenth year, the annual Pilgrimage for Restoration, organized by the National Coalition of Clergy and Laity, is a spiritual journey of the faithful to the place where Saints Isaac Jogues, Rene Goupil, and John LaLande were martyred 369 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, pilgrims desire that the Catholic Faith restore every dimension of life: hearts, families, workplaces, parishes, neighborhoods, cities, dioceses and the whole American nation.

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