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Gran Britania and Ireland Pilgrimage

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Our Lady of Knock in Ireland is waiting for you.

A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE STORY OF OUR LADY OF KNOCK, QUEEN OF IRELAND

On the evening of August 21, 1879 Mary McLoughlin, the housekeeper to the parish priest of Knock, County Mayo, ireland, was astonished to see the outside south wall of the church bathed in a mysterious light; there were three figures standing in front of the wall, which she mistook for replacements of the stone figures destroyed in a storm. She rushed through the rain to her friend Margaret Byrne’s house.

After a half hour Mary decided to leave and Margaret’s sister Mary agreed to walk home with her. As they passed the church they saw and amazing vision very clearly:

READ MORE: http://www.catholictradition.org/Mary/knock.htm

Easter Sunday mass celebration at Regina RICA: He is RISEN! Alleluia

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Good Friday

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Photo credits: Dina Abuel

Maundy Thursday 2016 in Regina RICA

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All the way to RICA, others came early 5 AM and waited for the gates to open at 6 AM. They have heard in their hearts our Lady’s call to RICA. They braved the long line and the heat of the sun just to come and visit our Lady.
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Photo credits: Dina Abuel

In front of the Blessed Sacrament

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After the hard work we the sisters and all the volunteers who served at RICA sat in front of the Blessed Sacrament gazing lovingly at Jesus. He gives us the the strength to serve.

Holy Wednesday in Regina RICA

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