St. Michael Shrine Pilgrimage — Final Notes and Who to Call if You are Late

UPDATE: A few spaces are left. If you would like to attend please contact Zannos Grekos (239-682-1653) or Anthea Tuefel (239-994-6975) to sign up.

PLEASE NOTE: If you plan to attend but find yourself a little late Saturday morning, please text or call Zannos Grekos (239-682-1653) or Fr. Hans (239-248-4775) so we can hold the bus for you.

Interior of St. Michael the Archangel Shrine

On Saturday August 12, 2017 St. Peter’s will sponsor a pilgrimage to St. Michael the Archangel Shrine in Tarpon Springs. We will leave at 8:30am and return around 7:00pm. After visiting the shrine we will have lunch in Tarpon Springs and then return home.

A $25.00 donation is suggested. If you would interested in joining please mention it to Anthea Tuefel or Zannos Grekos.

St. Michael’s Shrine This was built to fulfill a boy’s promise made to the Archangel Michael during a vision as the 11-year-old lay near death. Steve Tsalickis was diagnosed with a brain tumor 75 years ago. Doctors told his mother there was no hope, yet he recovered and went on to become a popular middle school guidance counselor. His parents built the shrine in their back yard.

Since then, lured by Steve’s story of faith, the devout recount many more miracles they say followed: Tumors gone, sight and hearing restored, the lame leaving behind crutches and walking out. Tears have flowed from the icons covering the walls, they say. Mothers previously unable to conceive bring their babies to pay homage.

Learn more about St. Michael’s Shrine on the Tampa Bay Times website.