KIMBALL -- The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage will be stopping in Kimball as part of their 60-day journey across the country. 

The group will be at St. Joseph’s Church tomorrow evening from 6 – 7 p.m. for a procession. 

Kimball is part of the western route where they will cross the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains on foot. 

According to the website, “The St. Junipero Serra Route will be the longest and most challenging branch of the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage—covering over 2,200 miles!” 

The next stop on the western route will be in Sidney June 13. 

The three other routes are the Marian Route – from the north, Seton Route – from the east, and St. Juan Diego Route – from the south. 

The group started their spiritual journey May 17, and the four routes will end at the National Congress in Indianapolis on July 16.