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Pilgrimages

The practice of pilgrimage has a special place in the Holy Year, because it represents the journey each of us makes in this life. Life itself is a pilgrimage, and the human being is a viator, a pilgrim traveling along the road, making his way to the desired destination.  Pope Francis, Misericordiae Vultus, 11 April 2015

  •  Holy Land (Israel)
  •  Italy
  • Divine Mercy: Poland
  • Lourdes & Fatima
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe
  • Santiago de Compostela
  • Shrines of Spain
  • Shrines of France
  • Shrines of Germany & Austria
  • Ireland: Saints & Scholars
  • Saintly Britain
  • N.American Martyrs & Eastern Canada

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New Journal for Our Lady of Guadalupe 2018

In a little less than 1 week, we depart from Kansas City to to Mexico City, home of the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the most visited Catholic shrine in the world.  Led by School of Faith instructor Troy Hinkel, we will also visit the shrine to Bl. Miguel Pro a 20th century Jesuit martyr and several other important Catholic sites.  You can follow our journey by clicking this link to the website for Our Lady of Guadalupe 2018.

Links to all our other pilgrimages can still be found in the Journals section of the About Us tab.

WHY PILGRIMAGE?

Attitude of gratitude Looking at the big picture, we have 2,000 years of Church history for which to be grateful

By Teresa Tomeo, Our Sunday Visitor

A few months ago…I read a very sad comment on my Facebook page. A woman said … “Given [the scandals], … I now have absolutely no desire to be anywhere near St. Peter’s or other famous Catholic sites.  As a matter of fact, I want to keep running as far away from there as possible.”

The comments were heartbreaking. … On the one hand, who can blame her and the many others who feel the same way? We feel as if we’re still in the middle of a brutal spiritual boxing match. That said, if we are going to help the Church not only go several rounds, but win this battle, we need to stay in the ring and fight for her. One of the ways to do that is to stay in good emotional and spiritual shape.

There are many ways to build our spiritual muscles. Prayer, fasting and the sacraments should be a part of our workout. But something else can help strengthen us as we step into the faith arena every day, and that’s a good healthy dose of gratitude for the Church. …

Following in the footsteps of the great saints … can help build up, as well as flex, that gratitude muscle.

Read the full article from Our Sunday Visitor, find it at: https://www.osv.com/OSVNewsweekly/Article/TabId/535/ArtMID/13567/ArticleID/27023/Attitude-of-gratitude.aspx

Testimonials

Trinity Travel, LLCPaul & Jeanne S
Jeanne and I had a wonderful trip.  The sites visited, the special “perks” such as Mass at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre with a Franciscan choir singing the Mass in Latin, staying at the Mount of the Beatitudes for 3 days (!), Holy Hour in the Church of all Nations, all fantastic, and Mass/lunch at the top of the Mount of Transfiguration.
06/06/2016

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Trinity Travel specializes in group travel, especially religious pilgrimages, to Europe and the Holy Land for high schools, universities, churches and service organizations.

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