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The spiritual dimension – the search for a deeper understanding of God – and a better appreciation of the history
and life of the Church is the focus of our unique pilgrimages.  Join us as we encounter the “living stones” that embody the universal Church.

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Join us for a peaceful and joyful Christmas in Rome, Norcia and Assisi — the places where St. Francis, St. Benedict and St. Peter lived. Prepare for the birth of Our Lord by attending a live nativity play recreating the first Christmas creche, the inspiration of St. Francis himself, then celebrate Our Lord’s coming at Christmas Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica.

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Prepare for Easter with us as we observe the Easter Triduum in Norcia, Italy, which honors Good Friday with a poignant procession of live Stations of the Cross after dark. The next morning, during the “silence” of Holy Saturday, the founding prior of the Benedictines there will share a reflection.  After, we drive on to Rome for the Vatican’s joyous Easter Vigil.

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Classic ROME April 2019
Miracles of Mercy

Stay with us at a small Maronite monastery, close to Rome yet secluded, and hear the morning chants of the monks in the language that Jesus spoke 2,000 years ago. Celebrate the Feast of Divine Mercy at the Vatican, visit the Shrine of the Holy Face, and witness firsthand a Eucharistic miracle.

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Signature ROME November 2018
25th Anniversary

Celebrate Inside the Vatican magazine’s 25th with us! Join us for our Anniversary Dinner in Rome, and meet with special guests and friends we’ve made along our own pilgrimage of the past 25 years. Many surprises in store!

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Signature ENGLAND June 2019
Thomas More

Stand in St. Thomas More’s cell in the Tower of London, overlooking the Thames, where he spent the last months of his life before his martyrdom.  Visit Oxford, where Blessed John Henry Newman lived and taught, then renounced it all to become Catholic.

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Classic ENGLAND September 2019
Mary’s Dowry

Trace the history of Catholicism in England — called by the devout Richard II “Mary’s Dowry” — from Ramsgate, where the “Apostle to the English,” St. Augustine, first landed, to Walsingham, “England’s Nazareth,” all with Catholic cultural expert Leonie Caldecott.

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