A pilgrim is one who arrives surrendered to the House of the Father and allows their heart to not only drink from the Sources of Peace that the Creator opened for the world, but they also are willing to be a bearer of that peace for those who need it.
As Saint Joseph explains to us, we can all be pilgrims when the soul decides to quench the thirst of its spirit in the Source of God and bring it closer to other soul siblings.
The Marian Centers have become places of continuous pilgrimage so that pilgrim souls may be able to find this Source that the Divine Messengers have placed in each Center.
Be pilgrims in this time, bearers and sowers of the new life. Within the Sources of the Marian Centers, seek the graces that the world needs and distribute these graces as you walk.
There are souls that pilgrimage alone, seeking to reencounter with their own essence and their reconciliation with God.
Others pilgrimage with their families seeking the principles and values that the Sacred Family of Nazareth lived on the Earth and left as an example for all the families of the world.
There are also pilgrimages of youth groups who try to find within themselves the Peace and the Truth so that, in this way, they may be able to sow them in the world.
And there is also a very special way of pilgrimage: the pilgrim buses. It is a fraternal and joyful way of being able to reach the Marian Centers; buses organized by volunteers that gather many souls to go and meet with the Divine Messengers.
The pilgrim buses are organized from different cities so that each pilgrim may be able to reach the Marian Centers in a simpler and organized way and in communion with many more souls.
They are currently suspended but they will resume their activity soon.
For more information, please contact the Marian Centers.