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A group of 60 women make their way past the Sandia Mountains during the first day of their mile pilgrimage. Debi Vasquez of Albuquerque examines her feet at Bernalillo High School after the first stretch of a mile pilgrimage Monday afternoon. Vasquez is walking this year for her nephew who has recently ed the Army. The year-old Albuquerque resident lives with lupus, a chronic autoimmune disease that leaves her ts inflamed and her body aching.
But on Monday morning, as she marched north along Second Street NW past aging adobe homes, repurposed farms and small businesses, the Sandia Mountains looming behind a veil of haze in the east, Llamas said she felt good. Nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, the historic church is well known for its Holy Week pilgrimage, an epic spiritual convergence that each spring attracts an estimated 30, people. Lesser known are the smaller — but often just as spiritually charged — pilgrimages undertaken by the faithful each year. Another, shorter vocations pilgrimage, which honors mothers, takes place in May.
The June pilgrimage began in with a goal of praying for men and women in priestly and other religious professions. It started with one route and a handful of faithful male trekkers and since has grown to include five rotating Women want sex Chimayo four are active each year and a vast flock of men, women and children.
The youngest are They log 20 miles a day, starting well before dawn and wrapping up around 1 p. On Monday morning, after a rest stop and prayer session at Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church in the North Valley, the Albuquerque pilgrims lined up behind a wooden crucifix adorned with artificial sunflowers and roses. They turned north along Second Street NW. Ancient cottonwood trees lined a dry acequia on the left-hand side of the road.
Dogs barked. A rooster crowed. Llamas walked her first vocations pilgrimage 15 years ago. Her father started the tradition. But this year, her 12th trek, holds special ificance. Her death has left an emotional wound that Lee Ann Llamas said her family is trying to heal this week. And for Llamas, the journey also serves as a kind of reset — a chance to fill her spiritual cup in preparation of the year to come. The journey is often a family experience.
The reunion, she said, is always moving. Travelers enter the Santuario and start singing.
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