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August 20, 2018
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Have you ever wanted to go on a pilgrimage?
Have you ever wanted to visit some of the holiest sites in the history of Christianity? 
Have you ever wanted to re-trace the footsteps, and the route of a famous saint who took the Gospel to new lands for the first time?

Joe Olding, has done it! 

Please join us for an informative evening in the Church Hall, on Tuesday March 6th at 7 PM, as Joe Olding presents to us his experience of being a pilgrim walking the Camino de Santiago, the Way of St. James.

Joe Olding is a Computer Sciences teacher at Our Lady of the Visitation School in Mack, who, along with his son, walked the 500 miles of the Way of St. James from the Pyrenees Mountains, across the north of Spain, to the Shrine of St. James the Greater in Santiago.  For many who make this trek to the purported tomb of St. James, this pilgrimage is a life changing experience.  Please plan to come and hear how Joe’s pilgrimage on the Way of St. James affected him, his life of faith, and his relationship with Our Blessed Lord.  This will be a very informative, spiritual, and interesting evening, please join us.

Mark Your Calendars, and plan to join us in the Church Hall on Tuesday Evening, March 6th at 7 PM for this Lenten Event!