Padre Pio Relics Tour, San Francisco
September 24, 2023
8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.: Veneration of the relics of Padre Pio at the National Shrine of Saint Francis of Assisi & La Porziuncola Nuova. Devotional items are available.
8:00 AM to 3:00 PM Veneration of the relics of Padre Pio at the National Shrine of Saint Francis, 610 Vallejo St at Columbus and Grant
8:00 AM to 3:00 PM Photo Gallery and Video Documentary at La Porziuncola Nuova, corner of Vallejo at Columbus
11:00 AM Regular Sunday Mass at the Shrine
12:30 PM Procession from The Shrine of Saint Francis of Assisi at Vallejo and Columbus to Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church on Washington Square and return.
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM: “Meet Padre Pio”–a conversation by Father Bobby Barbato and Brother Niko Barth, both Franciscan Capuchin Friars, Shrine Reception Hall (below the Shrine). Sessions start every 30 minutes and last for 25 minutes. Sessions limited to 50 people.
3:30 PM: Mass in honor of Saint Padre Pio at the National Shrine of Saint Francis of Assisi 5:00 PM Benefit Concert in the Piazza Saint Francis, 600 block of Vallejo Street, performed by award-winning singer and performer Giatta Valenti and acclaimed Italian tenor Luciano Lamonarca. Master of Ceremonies Fabio Giotta of the famous Caffe Trieste. Comedian Mike Marino. Tickets $25; Front Row seats $100 available on site and through knightsofsaintfrancis.org.
8:00 AM – 6:30 PM Vendors will be in the Piazza Saint Francis selling religious articles plus Italian snacks!
Benefit concert: $100 (Seats max 10)
Benefit concert: $25 (Seats max 90)
(ticket required; max 200 guests)
Link to the Letter to our own Angela Alioto.
Read it and understand what Pope Francis has to say
Contact the Knights
Knights of Saint Francis of Assisi
700 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
Help spread the message of Papa Francesco’s teaching
Please visit La Porziuncola Nuova while in San FranciscoOn August 2nd of 2008, Pope Benedict XVI’s Papal Decree gave to the Nuova Porziuncola its own “Pardon of San Francisco,” an expanded version of the Pardon of Assisi that Saint Francis received from Pope Honorius III in 1216.
This Papal Decree also makes the Porziuncola Nuova the fifth Holy Place in the world and the first Papally Decreed Holy Place in the United States!