Fatima and Portugal
|Camino de Santiago (The Way) + Fatima||Dates: May 20th (Mon) to May 31st (Fri) 2019||Details and Registration Form »|
Camino de Santiago, The Way
Join the Compass, the Award-Winning Catholic Newspaper of the diocese of Green Bay, WI, on this amazing pilgrimage following the footsteps of the Apostle St. James the Greater, evangelizer of Spain, brother of St. John the Evangelist, son of Zebedee. One of the most spectacular journeys you'll ever experience! Our pilgrimage will be walking the famous Camino de Santiago (The Way of St. James) across Spain, one of the oldest pilgrimage routes in Christendom. The last 100 kilometers (66 miles approximately) of the itinerary will be on foot in order to obtain the coveted pilgrimage certificate of The Camino, given by the Diocese of Santiago de Compostela.
Visit the following locations: Madrid, San Lorenzo del Escorial, Segovia, Molinaseca, Burgos, Ponferrada, Lugo, Sarria, Portomarin, Palas del Rey, Arzua, O Pedrouzo, Santiago de Compostela, all in Spain.
We are including a visit to famous Marian Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima this year! Pray at the site of the Apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Fatima to the 3 “Pastorcitos” (little Shepherds) in Fatima, Portugal.**
Enjoy the natural beauty of the Camino! Join us! This pilgrimage will provide many opportunities for deep prayer and conversation with God along the Way.
For more details it is best to read the brochure! Click on the yellow button on the upper right side of this box.
* LIMITED TO ONE BUS! *
* (An optional bus transfer from Green Bay area to Chicago O'Hare Airport, is available for an additional cost)
* ($100 Early Angel Discount per person, is available only for those who register before December 31st!)
** This pilgrimage is expected to sell out before deadline! **
Hurry! Send in your registration in today!
|Themes: Marian Pilgrimages, St. Josemaria Escriva, Camino De Santiago (Road of St. James), Carmelite Spirituality, Fatima and Portugal, Footsteps of a Saint||Locations: Portugal, Spain|