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On October 24, hundreds of pilgrims processed through the streets of San Francisco on their way to the Shrine of St. Jude at St. Dominic’s Church in San Francisco. Along the way they prayed the rosary and gave witness to the power of God.
Fr. Stephen Maria Lopez, OP, prays a decade of the rosary before the pilgrimage begins
Pilgrims inside St. Anthony–Immaculate Conception Church
The pilgrimage begins
This year’s novena preacher, Fr. Boniface Willard, OP, leads the pilgrims
Pilgrims carry statues of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Jude
Following the statues in procession through the streets of San Francisco
Jaime Pinto leads pilgrims as they pray the rosary
The crowd of pilgrims stretches over many blocks
A pilgrim carries his own statue of St. Jude for four miles
Awaiting the arrival of the pilgrims at the Shrine of St. Jude at St. Dominic’s Church in San Francisco
The pilgrims arrive
The Most Rev. William J. Justice, auxiliary bishop of San Francisco, presides at the day’s Mass