In real-time, you can read or hear the Archbishop’s Travelogue at or on:
- the Archdiocesan website www.archdioceseofhartford.org and also where you can submit your intentions and/or access a Q&A with the Archbishop.
- Twitter where @ArchbishopBlair will use #AOHCTpilgrims .
- the Archdiocesan Facebook Page for daily updates and photos https://www.facebook.com/ArchdioceseofHartford .
- the Catholic Transcript website www.catholictranscript.org .
- WJMJ Radio (88.9 FM, Hartford 93.1 FM, Hamden and 107.1 FM, New Haven).
Look to the October 2015 issue of the Catholic Transcript for extensive coverage of the Papal Pilgrimage, including Archbishop Blair’s Travelogue with photos.
What do you think pilgrims will gain from this experience? “To the extent that we come to the experience prayerfully and thoughtfully, we can expect a strengthening of faith, a deepening of love, and a renewal of hope. An overwhelming number of parishioners in the Archdiocese have told us that living a lifestyle characterized by the love of God and neighbor is the most important way in which we individually and collectively express our Catholic faith. The opportunity to hear an affirmation of this message from Pope Francis personally can only serve to strengthen us in our commitment to Christian living in union with other Catholics from around the world, gathered for the World Meeting of Families. Participating in the Pope’s Mass on Sunday, in particular, will be a memorable event for us all.” Archbishop Leonard P. Blair