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This is from Fr. Peter Carota, who will be leading a Traditional pilgrimage for St. Stephens in Sacramento starting this Friday. If you live in or near the Monterey Bay Area, please feel free to attend the scheduled Masses.

I will be leading the Traditional Pilgrimage for St. Stephen Martyr Sacramento, California on Friday May 17th starting at San Juan Bautista Mission with a 8 am Holy Latin Mass.  Everyone is invited to the Holy Mass, but the pilgrimage is already full.  Then we will be walking to Salinas and celebrate the Holy Mass Saturday morning at the chapel at the Queen of Heaven cemetery. This is where the Monterey Bay Area Traditional Latin Mass hold their Latin Mass every Sunday at 10:30 am.  Then we walk to Marina and spend the night there.  Pentecost Sunday we walk to Carmel with Holy Latin Mass at 3 pm.  All are invited to participate in the Holy Latin Mass at Carmel Mission.  Afterward we will have a picnic dinner at San Juan Bautista Mission on the way back to Stockton/Sacramento.  This is not part of the Pilgrimage, but just a time to get together and be thankful we are loving traditional Catholics.  Bring food and chairs to sit on.

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Our Lady of Bethlehem, pray for us~
That sounds wonderful! I wonder how many miles that is?
Hope you have a great pilgrimage!!!
Pilgrimage Update - Here is the itinerary for events during the Pilgrimage:

Fri. May 17 - 8am Mass at Mission San Juan Bautista

4:30 pm Benediction at Queen of Heaven Cemetery Chapel

Sat. May 18 - 8:30 am Mass at Queen of Heaven Cemetery Chapel

Sun. May 19 - 3:00 pm Mass at the Carmel Mission

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Here is a link to some pictures from the 3rd. Annual Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Bethlehem: