Holy Hope. Holy Land Pilgrimage Rescheduled
The Holy Hope, Holy Land Pilgrimage, originally scheduled for December of 2021 has been rescheduled. Pilgrims will leave St. Louis late in the afternoon on Sunday, March 13 and will return on March 24.
You are still able to join this pilgrimage to see firsthand the places where Jesus walked, taught and preached. Visit the Church of the Annunciation, where the
angel, Gabriel, announced the coming of the Savior. Journey to one of the oldest churches in Christendom in Bethlehem, and the place of Jesus’ birth. See the many sites around and on the Sea of Galilee where Jesus spent most of his three years of ministry. We will go to the site of his Baptism at the River Jordan and renew our own Baptismal Covenant, and finally journey up to Jerusalem and walk the via Delarosa as we make our way to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Christianity’s holiest church, where the crucifixion, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ took place.
Don’t miss the opportunity. Join us on this adventure into Holy Hope, Holy Land, as we embark on an incredible adventure to discover anew the places of our faith. If you are interested, please contact Fr. Todd.
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