Pilgrimages to Italy

Visit a place where history surrounds each street, building, brick and wall. A pilgrimage to Italy will bring you to where the heart of Christianity spread out like a flame. It is on this pilgrimage that you will visit the Vatican and witness the spectacular works of art and architecture that proliferate the area. Don’t miss a chance to hear a papal Mass.

On our pilgrimage to the Shrines of Italy, we offer a complete itinerary that includes round-trip airfare, accommodations in first class hotels, breakfast and/or dinner daily, all transportation, daily Mass and all under the guidance of a Franciscan Friar, who – as an appointed guardian of the Holy places – has access to all of the areas most critical to our faith.

April 24-May 5, 2016
Pilgrimage to Italy
Cost per Person: $3,920
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5 Responses to Pilgrimages to Italy

  1. Looking for any group tours to Rome during Easter of 2014

    Anthony Rodriguez May 4, 2013 at 2:19 am Reply
    • Anthony,

      We are not planning any pilgrimages to Italy for Easter. We will offer one the week after Easter. You’ll find the itinerary on our website in the next month or so.

      Fr. David

      Fr. David Wathen, O.F.M. May 6, 2013 at 1:09 pm Reply
      • We are planning to go to the Holy Land on October 23rd 2013 but before that we are planning a trip to Italy we need to be in Italy from 18th to 22nd October could we then continue to the Holy Land from 23rd October to 1st November?

        We await your reply and contact details so that we can get in touch with you.
        Thank you,

        Kind Regards,


        Sheila August 2, 2013 at 5:13 pm Reply
        • Yes, you may plan your trip this way. You can book your own flights and then simply meet us in the Holy Land. Our brochure shows the land-only cost.

          Fr. David Wathen, ofm

          Fr. David Wathen, ofm August 2, 2013 at 5:25 pm Reply
  2. I’m wondering about a pilgrimage to Italy, I saw one reply that you weren’t planning any during Easter, but would the week after. Will that apply next year?

    David Denniston August 7, 2015 at 7:12 pm Reply

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