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64 Days with the Ark: Finale Tonight

June 20, 2008
After nine weeks of blisters, tears, healing and providence, the portageurs make their emotional arrival in Quebec City.
We have followed the pilgrimage of the Ark of the New Covenant since it began at the Martyr's Shrine in Midland, Ontario.  As they near their 1000th kilometre on foot, the group is both deeply exhausted and sacramentally envigorated.
Tonight at 6 PM (EST), watch how Jerry, Nadia and the other pilgrims realize a goal that, at times, felt impossible.  And learn the ten-year old promise that drew Dominic to the pilgrimage in the first place.  Join us for the conclusion of this groundbreaking Catholic reality series, created in partnership with the 49th International Eucharistic Congress.
Photos courtesy Jerry GrzadkaPhotos courtesy Jerry Grzadka
Programming note:
64 Days with the Ark airs Friday at a special time of 6 PM. Encore presentations: Saturday 12:30 PM,  Sunday 2 PM, Sunday 5:30 PM, Tuesday 5:30 PM. All times Eastern Standard.
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