Pilgrims couldn’t visit Lourdes. So a drone photographer took Lourdes to them | Catholic News Agency

Célian de La Rochefoucauld had been to the French shrine as many as eight or nine times in his life,

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Grotto at Lourdes to reopen to pilgrims

After two years of closure due to the health crisis, the grotto of Lourdes will reopen its doors to pilgrims

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March to Be Held Between Paris and Rome to Beg Pope Francis: Save the Traditional Latin Mass| National Catholic Register

The Catholic association La Voie Romaine is collecting letters from around the world that will be brought to the Vatican,

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Nearly 2 two million pilgrims visited the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City – Catholic World Report

Almost 2 million pilgrims visited the shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City between Dec. 1 and her Solemnity

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An Extraordinary and Unforgettable Start to Advent| National Catholic Register

The Holy Land is the perfect place to prepare to meet Christ in mystery and in majesty An Extraordinary and

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On Pilgrimage with Michael Nazir-Ali – Catholic Herald

Where would you go? On Pilgrimage with Michael Nazir-Ali – Catholic Herald Where would you go? I opted for the

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Relics of Blessed Carlo Acutis Are Reminder of ‘a Light That Shines the Way in the Darkness’ in Lebanon| National Catholic Register

Holy tour traverses the country ahead of Christmas. Relics of Blessed Carlo Acutis Are Reminder of ‘a Light That Shines

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The not-so-Eternal City

The artifacts of Catholic Rome and the essentials of being a Christian community The not-so-Eternal City A few months after

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Relics of St Bernadette to visit Britain | ICN

The relics of St Bernadette are to tour the dioceses of England, Scotland and Wales in autumn 2022, the Bishops

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Christmas in Bethlehem: Gilded treasures, but few tourists | Crux

BETHLEHEM, West Bank — Ahead of Christmas, a towering wooden screen — once blackened with soot from millions of worshippers’

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