The largest pilgrimage in Brittany. One hundred years on 26 July 1914 at the invitation of the five bishops of the historic Britain, Pope Pius X officially declared Saint Anne "Patrona Provinciae Britanniae" (patroness of the province of Brittany).
unifying moment for all Britons, spiritual gathering, the Shrine of Sainte-Anne d'Auray welcomes every year thousands of people on the occasion of his Atonement.
Pilgrims or visitors, they come from all over France to celebrate St. Anne, mother of Mary and grandmother of Jesus.
The musical entertainment of the event is produced by the Academy of Music and Sacred Arts. Organists, choirs and instrumentalists are mobilized on these two days to bring that little extra something that represents music in these great celebrations Breton.
under the chairmanship of Archbishop Dognin, Bishop of Quimper
Tuesday, July 25
- 15.30: Vespers / Confession
- 18.30: Solemn Mass
- 21h30: Vigil with:
Account of the apparitions
Salvation of the Blessed Sacrament
- 00h00: Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament throughout the night
Wednesday, July 26
- 7:30 am: Masses
- 9 am: Breton Mass in the chapel / French Mass at the Basilica
- 10.45: Procession and Mass
- 14:30: Marian Prayer
- 15.30: Vespers