The pilgrimage takes place on the last Sunday of July each year. The pilgrimage includes “St. Ann’s Triduum”, which is a parish mission comprised of 3 Masses in St. Ann’s Church – 7pm Thursday, 7pm Friday, and 7pm Saturday. The final day of the pilgrimage features 11am Mass celebrated by the Bishop at the shrine, 2pm healing Mass celebrated by the mission director at the shrine, many priests hearing confessions from 10am-2pm, religious articles for sale, food, refreshments, and many graces.

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The road was rough and their journey was arduous. But they persevered, establishing numerous parish communities along the way. Retracing their steps along the original route will let us experience, in a small way, the dedication, sacrifice, and faith of our forebears, and so help us to spiritually prepare for the great solemnity at St. Ann’s, Cormac. The final day of the pilgrimage features 11am Mass celebrated by the Bishop at the shrine and 2pm healing Mass celebrated by the mission director at the shrine.

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