Join YCP OC for Mass and Reflection at the 1531 Festival (http://1531festival.com/). Please get your tickets on the 1531 website. The festival is free and open to the public. However, one must reserve one's ticket ahead of time. All the concerts and activities are free of charge. Please bring your wallet for food and drink (cash only). There will be street tacos, craft pizza and more! This is an all day event. If you would like to spend the night, please check out the Compostella Campout page (https://santiagoretreatcenter.org/compostela2018/) where you can bring your RV, pitch your tent, rent a cabin for the whole family or share with friends.
To meet up with YCP OC at the Festival for Mass, Confession, and Reflection, please let us know you are coming! You can let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please give us your cell number so we can connect via text.
What is the 1531 number about?
On the morning of December 9, 1531, a Mexican peasant named Juan Diego saw a vision of a maiden at a place called the hill of Tepeyac, which would become part of Villa de Guadalupe, a suburb of Mexico City. Speaking to Juan Diego in his native language, the maiden identified herself as the Blessed Mother and asked for a church to be built in that site in her honor! If you would like to learn more about the Nacional Basílica de Santa María de Guadalupe, please go to virgendeguadalupe.mx or follow them on Twitter @INBGuadalupe
The festival is an outdoor event. It tends to get cooler in the evenings. Please be prepared with layers and wear comfortable shoes.
Who will be there?
Fr. Stan Fortuna, Hope and Justin, Thomas Loughman and the Canyon Aliens, Merlot Embargo, Jessica Gerhardt, Josh Beckman, Mending Fences Bluegrass Band, Micaela McCall, Perry West, and Kateri Lirio.
27912 Baker Canyon Rd
Silverado, CA 92676
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