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Month on The Gold Coast :
with us in welcoming, the returning Swallows of Capistrano
and experience them in nature just as the Achamamin Indians
did when they alone inhabited The Capistrano Valley. Witness
the Preservation of the Great Stone Church, a monument of
grandeur with a tragic history. And later, San Juan Capistrano
saddles up for a Wild West Celebration.
rich cultural weaving of Early California, the foundation
of our diversity. Native Americans, Spanish, Mexicans and
Europeans forged a mutual history and a melded future. The
Swallows Day Parade not only celebrates this diversity but
also marks a miraculous journey of instinct and perseverance,
that of the Swallows of Capistrano whose journey is not unlike
the direction of Administrator Jerry Miller, The Mission San
Juan Capistrano has been experiencing a renessaince that actually
began in the early 1900's when Father O'Sullivan initiated
the Mission's restoration. At the heart of recent efforts
is The Preservation of The Great Stone Church, a rare and
magnificent cathedral ruin that was both a center of worship
and the scene of devastating tragedy.
success of the Swallow's journey is due to instinct driven
fortitude and forward motion, void of the human emotions of
doubt and fear that can hinder us on our journey. We can take
a lesson from our swift winged friends and follow our God
given path full of stregnth and promise, casting off the worry
and fatigue that comes with knowledge of just how long the
journey is. We must have faith, look forward, stick close
to our wing mates and let the wind come up under our wings.
Just like The Swallows we will not only reach our destination,
but we will be strong and enjoy the rewards of our Long Journey