2019 - 2020 Pilgrimages
The Pilgrim Project is excited to present several engaging pilgrimage opportunities for young adults in 2019-2020, including France, England, Rome, and the Holy Land!
All pilgrimages include expert-led tours, historical and cultural immersion, and group discussions. Pilgrimages include daily Mass, fellowship, and spiritual direction and reflection. Join young adults from around the world on transformational pilgrimages!
Scholarships available for all pilgrimages.
France | August 9 - 18
The Pilgrim Project is excited to lead its inaugural pilgrimage to France, the Eldest Daughter of the Church. Pilgrims will explore the spiritual heart of medieval France, from the birth of gothic architecture at the abbey at Chartres and Paris, to the great cathedrals of Burgundy at Autumn and Vezelay. Along the way, pilgrims will learn more about how prayer shaped medieval culture and consider ways it can do so again in the 21st Century. Pilgrims will also journey through the historic sites of Normandy, where World War II expert Alan Sears will tell the incredible story of incredible sacrifice, bravery, and virtuous leadership.
Pilgrim Project: France features Medieval Paris, Notre Dame, Saine Chapelle, Mont Saint Michel, Chartres, Normandy, and the beautiful abbeys and monasteries of Burgundy!
Subsidized Cost: $1,989 per person (land only), including 8 nights lodging, most meals, ground transportation, expert tours, events, and farewell banquet. Independent airfare to/from Paris must be purchased separately.
Application deadline: July 15
England | August 19 - 25
Join young influencers in public policy, political leadership, and government service for this transformative pilgrimage joining the beauty of England and the living witness of the English martyrs. Looking through the lens of Catholic England, pilgrims will encounter the fullness and beauty of the Catholic church through expert-led tours, discussions, lectures, and cultural immersion. The experiences will equip pilgrims to apply transcendent issues of faith and morals in the public sphere.
Pilgrim Project: England includes the Tower of London, Tyburn Convent and the Shrine of the Martyrs, Westminster Cathedral and Abbey, Oxford, Stonyhurst College, and the Christian Heritage Center.
Subsidized Cost: $1,100 per person (land only), including 6 nights lodging, most meals, ground transportation, expert tours, events, and more! Airfare to/from London must be purchased separately.
Application deadline: July 15
Rome | Aug or Dec 2020
In 2020 we are providing two opportunities for a pilgrimage to the Eternal City. Join us for a summer or Christmas season journey to Rome, where pilgrims have an encounter with the Apostles, Saints, and heroes of the early church.
Pilgrim Project: Rome features St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museums, Catacombs, Roman Forum, Coliseum, Papal Audience, and more! Sign up now!
Holy Land | Feb 2020
Walk in Christ’s footsteps as you visit many of the Bible’s holiest places. Expert-led tours, cultural immersion, and spiritual direction bring scripture to life as Pilgrims journey through Israel and encounter the sites where Christ’s miracles were revealed to the world.
Pilgrim Project: Holy Land features the Sea of Galilee, Nazareth, the Jezreel Valley, Mount Tabor, Capernaum, Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Qumran, and the Dead Sea.