Date: Thursday, June 27-Monday, July 1, 2019

Departure: Three Houston Locations TBA

Destination: Miranatha Spring and Shrine, Elyria, Ohio

Costs: TBA

Contact: Paul Cranley, pecranley@hotmail.com

More Information: (see also holylove.org website)

What is a pilgrimage and what do you do?
Pilgrimage – A journey to a sacred place undertaken as an act of religious devotion, either simply in order to venerate (honor) it, or to ask the fulfillment of some need or as an act of penance or thanksgiving, or a combination of these.
The Soul’s Journey into Holiness and the United Hearts

Our Lady Describes the Layout of Her 85-acre Shrine

Our Lady: “Please understand, My children, that the layout of this property represents the soul’s journey into holiness and our United Hearts.

1. The soul is first drawn into My Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart [represented at the Lake of Tears], where he is purged of many of his most flagrant faults.
2. Then he travels along guided by the angels – as is represented on the property by the Lake of Angels. He receives many graces to move deeper into My Heart and into Divine Love, the Heart of My Son. This is represented by Maranatha Spring on the property.
3. Finally, in conformity to the Divine Will of God, he arrives at the Field of Victory, Our United Hearts and the Triumph. Understand that every triumph and victory is surrounded by the Way of the Cross.
4. And thus you have at the back of the property � the Stations of the Cross.” December 12, 1999

Jesus: “The ministry is like a little flower just pushing through the earth and opening. The little flower is under the mantle of My Mother’s protection. Soon it will become a flowering hedge fencing in the remnant faithful.”

“Or it is like an upside down rainbow – the promise of good and a vessel ready to capture all the grace that falls from Heaven.” May 12, 2000


Your Pilgrimage to Maranatha Spring and Shrine

Holy Love Ministries
37137 Butternut Ridge Road
Elyria, OH 44039
440.327.8006
Located 30 minutes west of downtown Cleveland, 1.4 miles west of the intersection of I-480 and Route 83, in Eaton Township.
Note: When locating Butternut Ridge Road on a map, make sure you find the one in Eaton Township,not Elyria — they are two different roads, even though the shrine has an Elyria address.
Please call the message line at 440.327.5822 to confirm future times.
NOTE: All pilgrims are responsible for three things: accommodations, transportation and food.