Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted embarked on a four-day pilgrimage with 40 others from throughout the Diocese of Phoenix today. The group reached Our Lady of Solitude in Palm Springs as of this writing and attended Mass there.

Future stops will take them:

Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels, an 11-story cathedral in Los Angeles where six men were ordained priests June 1 (the same day as ordination in the Diocese of Phoenix) and 11 men were ordained deacons a week later
Carmel of St. Teresa Monastery, (itinerary says Pasadena, but it looks like Alhambra)
Mission San Gabriel Arcángel, founded by St. Junipero Serra
Christ Cathedral, Orange (20-some days before its scheduled dedication — renovation recap)… Priests and deacons of the Diocese of Orange got a sneak peek earlier this week and this mosaic was appropriately hung in time for Phoenix visitors
Mission San Juan Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano
Our Lady of Solitude Monastery, Tonopah

– From a June 20 story in the Catholic Sun (Phoenix)