“To go on pilgrimage is not simply to visit a place to admire its treasures of nature, art or history. To go on pilgrimage really means to step out of ourselves in order to encounter God where he has revealed himself, where his grace has shone with particular splendour and produced rich fruits of conversion and holiness among those who believe. Above all, Christians go on pilgrimage to the Holy Land, to the places associated with the Lord’s passion, death and resurrection.”
— Benedict XVI (Nov. 6, 2010)

The Second Vatican Council says that each Christian is a “pilgrim, in a strange land, tracing … the paths Jesus trod.” Pilgrims are sojourners — travelers on a quest of faith. Each of us is invited to a path of renewal and redemption, following after Jesus Christ. This is the path of the pilgrim.

Faith Journeys invites you to join one of our available pilgrimages to experience your own inspirational quest of faith.

|  Catholic Pilgrimage

The Camino of Santiago de Compostela & the Way of Saint James 11 Days / 9 Nights

Celebrating St. Anne Catholic Parish’s 110th Anniversary in the Holy Land with Ron Ryan

The Great Saints of Italy Fr. Brian Wilk and Jon Leonetti- 10 Days/ 8 Nights

The Holy Land: In the Footsteps of Jesus with Fr. Brooks F. Beaulaurier- 11 Days/ 9 Nights

World Meeting of Families with Msgr. Gerald Kobbeman

Walking in the Footsteps of St. Paul in Greece with Fr. Marlon Mateo – 11 Days / 9 Nights

The Holy Land: In the Footsteps of Jesus with Dr. Bob & Dr. Maggie McCarty – 11 Days/ 8 Nights

The Eucharist: Communion with Christ and with one another. In the Spirit of that communion, we look forward to celebrating a truly international Congress: a celebration of faith by all nations. We are particularly conscious of the bond of Communion that exists between Catholics in Ireland and the Catholic Church in the United States. Our team here in Dublin is delighted to work with and support Faith Journeys in promoting the Congress and we look forward to welcoming your pilgrims to our event in June 2012.
Fr. Kevin Doran, Secretary General, 50th International Eucharistic Congress, Dublin