Plan Your Own Pilgrimage

Pilgrims jumping and smiling.

In the Spirit of the Movement

This Year of Parish Revival is about falling deeper in love with the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus and following him more closely. Mirroring this internal journey with an external one is a beautiful way to connect body and soul in the pursuit of Christ.

The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage is not one event or a road trip—it is an exciting opportunity for American Catholics everywhere to physically embody our nation’s journey of Eucharistic Revival. Whether you are on the shores of Hawaii or in the mountains of Alaska, needing to stay close to home or deployed overseas, you are invited to be a part of this journey.

Lord, may more people discover the rewards of a walking pilgrimage.
Fr. Simon Devereuz, LC
I personally felt that it was so fruitful for me in so many different ways.
Fr. Adnan Ghani, OSA
I discovered holy sites are in my own backyard and across all nations, including ours.
Smiling people on a pilgrimage.

Start Now

Smiling group of people on a pilgrimage.

You don’t have to wait for the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage to pass through your city to be a part of this historic journey! Make pilgrimage a part of your experience of revival by planning a self-led personal pilgrimage in the next couple of months. 

This can be anything from visiting a faraway shrine to walking to Mass in the morning. Remember, the value of a pilgrimage is not in the distance traveled but in the disposition of our own hearts and the zeal with which we seek God. Download the guide below to start planning!

Smiling group of people on a pilgrimage.

Join Us Virtually

Join the Eucharistic Pilgrimage Prayer Challenge on Hallow now to begin your virtual pilgrimage alongside the pilgrims who are physically on the road. The challenge is a great way to go deeper in your knowledge, love, and pursuit of the Eucharist; join your prayers to the larger journey; and learn about the various routes leading to Indianapolis. Through the challenge, you will:

  • Catch up with the pilgrims, see where they’re at, and hear what they’re doing.

  • Explore the stories in American Catholicism connected to what the pilgrims will be experiencing that week.

  • Meditate alongside the "I Am" meditations led by Julianne Stanz. These original meditations are meant for adoration in the church but can also be prayed at home.

  • Walk through lessons from Dr. Edward Sri’s book A Biblical Walk Through the Mass.

  • Pray a decade of the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet, led by Jonathan Roumie.

  • Enjoy music focused on the Eucharist, featuring songs from artists like Matt Maher and Kat Hammock.

  • Hear incredible stories of Eucharistic Miracles that inspire wonder and hope.

Hallow is offering a generous free trial so that this challenge can be free for everyone this summer! Download Hallow so you can start today.

Start the Challenge
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Pilgrimage with Your Family

Introduce your children to this special devotion and make a pilgrimage as a family! These free resources include downloadable maps, a Pilgrimage Passport, and a Eucharistic Procession Model Set. Plus, you’ll find discussion questions and ideas for pilgrimage-themed family activities (as well as resources for adults).

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Family walking during a pilgrimage