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The Ark of the New Covenant starts its final pilgrimage

March 20, 2008
Here's a press release from the folks at the Eucharistic Congress that I'd thought I'd share with you -- be sure to keep them in your prayers!
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1000 km on foot to Quebec City for the International Eucharistic Congress
Quebec City, March 20, 2008 – The 2008 International Eucharistic Congress invites all media, as well as the public, to join in launching the final pilgrimage of the Ark of the New Covenant. A dozen portageurs will begin the 1000 km pilgrimage on Easter Sunday, March 23, 2008 in Midland, Ontario. The pilgrimage will take them to Quebec City in preparation for the most important religious celebration during the city’s 400th anniversary, the 49th International Eucharistic Congress.
For maps, schedules, a daily blog and videos of the pilgrimage produced by ECDQ.TV, consult www.cei2008.ca or watch Salt + Light Television for weekly coverage.
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