The blessed Icon of the Virgin of Czestochowa, travels the world "From Ocean to Ocean" carrying the message of hope live and life, is about to end her tour of Mexico. This is the longest pilgrimage in the history of the Church, since Our Lady left the port of Vladivostok in Russia in June 2012, She visited countries of Asia and Europe, toured the United States and Canada, and for two years has been accompanying Her Mexican children.
She arrived in Mexico on December 3, 2014, to the city of Leon in the state of Guanajuato. Under the custody of families of Fundación VidaFlorida along with the community of Saint John Paul II & Saint Thomas More Parrish as a camp-base. The visit has added almost 25 thousand km, crossing almost 30 cities, in the states of Guanajuato, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi, Michoacán, Baja California Norte, Puebla, Sonora, Estado de Mexico, Morelos and Mexico City.
There was about 230 visits in the Out Lady of Guadalupe nation where Holy Virgin Mary through the Icon of Czestochowa shared with her children, their families, communities, seminars and parishes the vigils, meetings, rosaries, processions, Eucharistic celebrations. She was in universities, colleges and even a prison. Along 809 days over 100 families of a multitude of countries united spiritually and with technology served as custodians of the Holy Icon with permanent prayer. Every Thursday faithfully prayed the Rosary on behalf Marriage and Priesthood, custodians of life under the patronage of Saint John Paul II & Saint Thomas More.
Among the last visits there are the following:
Saturday, March 18
8:00 am: Franciscan Parish of Santa Catarina. (Francisco Sosa, Coyoacan, CDMX.)
18:00: Parish Empress of America, (Mercaderes 99 Col. S. Jose Insurgentes, CDMX). Eucharist celebrated by Mons. Franco Coppola, Apostolic Nuncio in Mexico to celebrate 49th anniversary of Sant’ Egidio worldwide community.
Sunday March 19
13.30: Solemnity of Saint Joseph. Farewell Mass and thanks for the fruits of the visit to Mexico. (St. John Paul II Parish & St. Thomas More)