2) On Wednesday August 11, five women from various cities (Burgos, Seville, Murcia, Barcelona and Rome) organized a visit to Pallerols to relive part of the itinerary that Saint Josemaría Escrivá carried out with some of his first children and other people when he in the autumn of 1937, due to the religious persecution of those years of war, they arrived in these parts of the Baronia de Rialb, on their way to Andorra.
We attach a small testimony of this group of women:
"The Pallerols complex is very well restored and faithfully reproduced according to the sketches that are preserved. In the Church there is a reproduction of what could have been the image of the Virgin del Roser. There is accommodation to spend the night, a conference room where you can see videos and maps of the place and the different itineraries, and very illustrative and clear models to better understand the facts and routes.
After the guided tour, we went up to the Cabaña de San Rafael. You climb a small hill between trees, and the panorama -especially on the way down- is spectacular.
It is worth visiting the place and if possible with the help of a person who illustrates in detail what happened there. There are audio-visual resources that can be seen before and books written by people who have studied historical facts with professionalism.
An entrance ticket is not paid, the contribution is donations according to the will of the visitors.
We strongly encourage you to live this beautiful and profound experience".