2019 Holy Land Pilgrimages
A Christ-Centered Pilgrimage & Spiritual Exercises in the Holy Land Pilgrimage Dates:
- March 16-28, 2019
“In the Footsteps of Jesus” – a pilgrimage designed for women only - to capture that special relationship between Jesus and women in the land where He walked and where He prayed – Fr. Daniel Pajerski, LC, Spiritual Director with Melissa Overmyer, author and founder of Something Greater Ministries and Fr. David Steffy, LC. P. This Pilgrimage is sold out. Questions? Contact Cris at firstname.lastname@example.org
- March 30-April 11, 2019
“Come, Remain, Go Out” – for first timers and for those who have already been to the Holy Land and wish to return for a deeper spiritual experience – 8 Day Spiritual Exercises. Final Payment Dead Line February 28, 2019.
- OPTIONAL EXTENSION FOR EITHER TRIP
March 28-31, 2019
Add this Optional Extension to Jordan to your trip: “In the Footsteps of the Early Christians” - to include Petra and the Wadi Rum, Fr. Stephen Ellis, LC, Chaplain. Deadline February 28, 2019 (requires participation in one of the Holy Land Pilgrimages)
Walk where He walked, pray where He prayed!
Come and Experience the person of Jesus Christ in the Holy Land!
Like a destination wedding, come to a destination retreat! You are invited to a unique and powerful encounter with Jesus Christ, in the same vein as the potent Spiritual Exercises preached here at Our Lady of Bethesda, but in the Holy Land while we retrace Jesus’ footsteps, praying where he prayed and seeing what he saw!
Unique Christ-centered itinerary, begins with the infancy of Jesus: (Eim Karim, Bethlehem), his Baptism and Temptations: (Jericho and Mount of Temptations), his hidden life: (Nazareth), his Galilean Ministry (Cana, Magdala, Tabgha, Primacy, Mount of Beatitudes, Capernaum, Mt. Tabor); his entry into Jerusalem, his Passion, Death and Resurrection: (Bethany, Mt. of Olives, Mt. Zion, Holy Sepulcher, Temple steps, Temple Mount, Western Wall and other underground 1st century places in Jerusalem).
Mass, Rosary, Guided Meditations, time for private silent prayer at each of the pilgrimage sites, time and traffic permitting. We have planned our days to begin early and end early in the evening to allow ample time for prayer and rest. This is a physically demanding pilgrimage.
Fr. Daniel Pajerski, LC, Retreat Master and Spiritual Director
Fr. Stephen Ellis, LC, Retreat Master and Spiritual Director
Cris Tallent, Itinerary Designer, Pilgrimage Escort and Coordinator