33 Days, 300+ miles, 36 parishes.

Join us as the Archdiocese of Cincinnati celebrates 200 years with the longest Marian pilgrimage in the United States!

The pilgrimage will start at Russels Point, in the northern part of the diocese, on May 16th, 2021. It will make stops at St. Joseph, Wapakoneta, 5/18; Holy Rosary, Saint Mary’s, 5/19; and Holy Redeemer, New Bremen, 5/20.  On Friday, May 21st, there will be a 6pm Mass at St John parish church, Maria Stein followed by procession to Maria Stein Shrine. Exposition at Maria Stein Shrine from 7-9:30pm. Christian Concert at Maria Stein Spiritual Center with Sarah Kroger from 8-9:30pm. The pilgrimage will then crisscross its way throughout the entire archdiocese, finishing at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Peter in chains on June 19th, 2021. Each day the pilgrims will take a statue of Our Lady of Fatima to a different location. There will also be other larger, family-friendly events hosted throughout the archdiocese.

There are many ways to get involved, including joining our walk as a Statue Guardian pilgrim, praying the 33 Days to Morning Glory booklet (which you can pick up at the entrances of church), participating in our main events, and joining our Marian Pilgrimage Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/marianpilgrimage2021/  For more information, including a detailed map of the pilgrimage and where the pilgrims will stop each day, visit our website at www.mary2021.org