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7 churches visitation website

 7 Churches Visitation

Eucharistic Pilgrimage 2018

Reflect with Bishop David Ricken on Holy Thursday

Join us for the annual visitation of seven Green Bay churches on the night of Holy Thursday, visiting Blessed Sacrament at each of the church's altars. Bishop Ricken will lead the evening pilgrimage, including a 10-minute reflection and short prayer at each site before moving to the next. Join other parishioners at a few of the churches or take part in prayer at all seven!

Bus Transportation

There will be complimentary bus transportation for individuals traveling along the full visitation route, which will depart from St. Francis Xavier Cathedral at 8:45 PM and return to the Cathedral at the end of the evening. Limited seats available.

 Please reserve a seat on the bus by calling 920-272-8341.


Date

Holy Thursday, March 29, 2018

Times and Locations

(Click Here to access the interactive Map / Driving Directions)

(8:45 p.m.: Optional Bus Transportation Departs St. Francis Xavier Cathedral)

9:00 p.m. | Site I - St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church (2771 Oakwood Dr.)

9:30 p.m. | Site II - St. John the Baptist Church (2597 Glendale Ave.)

10:00 p.m. | Site III - St. Jude Church (1420 Division St.)

10:30 p.m. | Site IV - St. Agnes Church (1484 Ninth St.)

11:00 p.m. | Site V - Nativity of Our Lord Church (2770 S. Oneida St.)

11:30 p.m. | Site VI- St. Patrick Oratory (211 N. Maple Ave.)

12:00 p.m. | Site VII - St. Francis Xavier Cathedral (139 S. Madison St.)

 

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