Cleansing Fire

Defending Truth and Tradition in the Roman Catholic Church

Pilgrimage from Paris to Chartres 2009

September 4th, 2009, Promulgated by Choir

The Association Notre-Dame de Chr?tient? organizes every year at Pentecost a pilgrimage from Notre-Dame de Paris to Notre-Dame de Chartres (France): three days to live and build the Christianity of the third millennium.

Covering within three days a distance of approximately 65 miles, the pilgrims walk in chapters. The pilgrimage has about 160 chapters each comprising around fifty pilgrims from all over France and even abroad (USA, Great Britain, Poland, Canada, Spain, etc. …). Each year, approximately 8,000 to 10,000 pilgrims, walk to the Marian shrine of Chartres, expressing the condition of Christian life which is to be a long pilgrimage and a long walk to paradise…

[youtube=]My fondest wish is that some Rochester kids could go on this pilgrimage. Most of the kids are in their teens and twenties. Do liberals even have pilgrimages? It’s sad if they don’t. If you want to read a good, informative book, read “Liberalism is a Sin”.


3 Responses to “Pilgrimage from Paris to Chartres 2009”

  1. Gen says:

    Absolutely amazing.

    Do I feel a Cleansing Fire field trip coming on???

  2. Gen says:

    Oh. I forgot.

    Did anyone notice the flags of the House of Bourbon flying proudly? I certainly did. 😉

  3. I thought I saw a bourbon bottle!! Just kiddin'

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