Notre Dame Trail pilgrims hit final leg of journey

(Sgt. Ted Bohner/Indiana State Police)

A long journey is almost over for some dedicated Notre Dame pilgrims.

About 30 people started recreating the Notre Dame Trail in Vincennes earlier this month. From there, they went to Terre Haute, then Lafaytte, then Rochester, and now Plymouth. About 100 people will take part in the final leg, which will include a stop in Howard Park in South Bend before ending at Notre Dame itself Saturday morning.

They’re making the trip to mark the 175th anniversary of Notre Dame’s founding in 1842, when Father Sorin and seven Holy Cross brothers made a chilly November trek from Vincennes to South Bend.

For more information on the trail schedule, click here.

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