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 When:   July 24th, 2018 to July 27th 2018

Where:   Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Shrine

               10 018 Avenue Royale
               Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré (QC)
               G0A 3C0 CANADA

 

Everything began in 1658 when Louis Guimont, suffering from excruciating back pain, came to help with the construction of the first chapel and was miraculously healed as a result. This would be the first of an endless series of healings. As early as 1665, an Ursuline nun, Blessed Marie de l'Incarnation, wrote the following words to her son:

"Seven leagues from here, there is a village called "The Little Cape", where there is a church dedicated to Saint Anne in which Our Lord is working great marvels in favor of the holy mother of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary. There, the paralytics walk, the blind can see, and the sick are healed of every kind of illness." - Marie de l'incarnation, 1665

The pilgrimage history of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré is one that is marked by extraordinary events, which continue even to this day.

In the spring of 2017 Lilyanna Rose Pagnotta was diagnosed with Hodgkin-Lymphoma Stage IV.  Father Roncase, Pastor of Saint Phillip Neri Catholic Parish after Mass gave her a blessing asking for the intercession of Saint Anne for her to be healed.  After the blessing he told Lilyanna that when she is healed she needs to make a pilgrimage to the Shrine of Saint Anne in Quebec, Canada.

In November of 2017 after a series of treatments Lilyanna has received the results prayed for, she is now considered cancer free and in remission.

We are now all going to give thanks and praise to our Lord Jesus Christ and to Saint Anne for her intercession on her Feast Day July 26th, 2018.

​You are welcomed to join us on the trip which will begin on July 24th, 2018 and return on July 27th, 2018.  We have reserved a motor coach and have blocked rooms for the visit near the Shrine.  Cost will vary and will be the responsibilty of each Pilgrim.   If you would like more information send an email to theevangelist@mctus.net  and in the subject line put "interested in more information".  If you can not join us you are welcomed to send your petitions to theevangelist@mctus.net  in the subject line say "Petition to Saint Anne" and we would be happy to present them to Saint Anne at the Shrine for you.

Click on the link below to visit the website of Saint Anne's Shrine

http://www.sanctuairesainteanne.org/index.php?lang=en 

​May God bless you and Mary keep you,
Randy Pagnotta
​Lansdale, PA