Source and Summit Eucharistic Procession


MAY 27, 12:45 - 4 PM, SUMMIT AVENUE


The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage is coming to Saint Thomas More! On Pentecost Sunday, four processions throughout the country will begin—all leading to the National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis. The four routes will cover more than 6,000 miles and pass through nearly 70 dioceses and archdioceses, making this the longest Eucharistic procession in U.S. history!

We are thrilled to be a stop on the Marian Route, which starts at the Mississippi Headwaters at Lake Itasca and works its way down to Indianapolis. The Marian Route pilgrimage will be coming through the Twin Cities from May 24-31. Find the full list of stops and events on the Archdiocese's website here.

The flagship pilgrimage event is The Source and Summit Eucharistic Procession on May 27, which will begin at the Saint Paul Seminary, stop here at Saint Thomas More, and conclude at the Cathedral of Saint Paul. Help out the planners by RSVPing at the link below! The estimated time of arrival at STM is approximately 2:30 pm and will include a brief liturgy outside on our church steps.

Come take part in the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and journey down Summit Avenue with Jesus! Please keep all the pilgrims in your prayers as we count down the days to the beginning of this once-in-a-lifetime journey.

Have questions about the procession? View this FAQ for answers!