Pilgrimage 2022 — View PHOTOS Here
History of the Pilgrimage
Throughout the years, thousands of people, including Aztec dancers, Mexican equestrian groups and Guadalupano groups from parishes in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, have participated in the outdoor Procession and Mass to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe in East Los Angeles. Traditionally starting at the corner of Ford Blvd. (710 Freeway) and Cesar Chavez Street, participants make a reverential stop at Our Lady of Solitude Parish to receive a blessing from the Archbishop of Los Angeles, then continue the procession through Cesar Chavez Avenue, to end the mile-long walk at the East Los Angeles College Stadium for a Mass.
Learn more about the history of the procession here.
91st Procession and Mass in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe “Holy Mary of Guadalupe, Mother of life and peace, pray for us” (Download the Official Event Flyer – PDF Version)
This year’s theme is “Holy Mary of Guadalupe, Mother of life and peace, pray for us,” is a plea that we make as the People of God in an atmosphere of Christian hope and with our eyes set on God as the Father of life and source of true peace. All funds donated on this site will be used to support and cover the increasing costs of this beloved and historic celebration to East LA where the tradition began in 1931, which has become a moving and vibrant tribute to Our Lady of Guadalupe and St. Juan Diego, uniting our community of faith through her message of love, peace and hope.