2017 San Antonio Spanish Missions Pilgrimage

April 01, 2017
San Antonio, TX

The pilgrimage to the San Antonio Spanish missions pays honor to the Franciscan friars who founded the settlement of San Antonio in the early 18th century.

Spanish missionaries built five large missions which served as a centre of religion, government, trade, military protection, and civilization for the indigenous Indian tribes of the area. The pilgrimage brings attention to the deep Catholic roots of Texas history and to the many missionaries who labored and not a few who gave their lives to the building of Christian civilization. The pilgrimage covers about 14 miles of walking, with prayers and the Holy Mass, to the four remaining missions churches which are still used to this day (the fifth mission that is not part of the pilgrimage is the famous “Alamo” which has long been closed for religious purposes).

It is a great opportunity to display real Catholic Tradition in the heart of what was once Catholic America. Viva Cristo Rey!

Join us at the 7:00am Mass at: 
Saint Joseph's Church
7815 Orland Park
San Antonio, TX 78213

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For more information, please contact:
Mr. Brooke Kneuper: (512) 203-0542

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