The Diocese Of Brooklyn’s Lenten Pilgrimage is more than half way through their journey.
Grabbing their passports, pilgrims headed to Our Lady Queen Of Martyrs Church in Forest Hills, Queens yesterday.
They celebrated Mass with Bishop Robert Brennan and retired Auxiliary Bishop Paul Sanchez, who is the pastor there.
The day before they were at St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church in Jamaica, Queens.
Students from the Parish’s Catholic academy joined Bishop Brennan for a morning filled with song, prayer and Eucharistic Adoration.
It was just one of many spiritually filled activities that happened at the church, which held services such as rosaries, vespers, holy hours and more for more than 12 hours.
Since Ash Wednesday, pilgrims have been visiting a different parish in Brooklyn and Queens almost every day.