2018 - 2019 Pilgrimages
The Pilgrim Project is excited to present several engaging pilgrimage opportunities for young adults in 2018-2019, including England, Rome, the Holy Land, and France!
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.
London | Aug 26 - Sep 02
Almost Full - Registration closes July 15! Join the Pilgrim Project and International Catholic Legislators Network (ICLN) Western Hemisphere, this summer 2018, on our inaugural trip to England! Looking through the lens of Catholic England. Pilgrims will encounter the fullness and beauty of the Catholic Church.
Pilgrims will explore the Tower of London, Shrine of the Martyrs, Westminster Cathedral and Abbey, Oxford, Stonyhurst College and Christian Heritage Center, Tyburn Convent, and more!
Only a few spots remain - registration open until July 15.
Rome | Dec 27 - Jan 02
We invite you to take this Christmas journey (Dec. 2018 - Jan 2019) to the Eternal City to experience the Nativity — the incarnation of the eternal Word — in real time with fellow pilgrims from around the world. Pilgrims will walk in the footsteps of the Apostles, Saints, and heroes of the early church, and have an intimate encounter with her history.
This pilgrimage includes sites such as: St. Peter's Basilica (including the Scavi Tour!), Vatican Museums, Catacombs, NYE Party, New Year's Papal Mass, Roman Forum, the Coliseum, and more! Sign up now!
Holy Land | Feb 15 - Feb 24
Pilgrim Project: Holy Land, 2019, will feature a blend of religious, historical, cultural, and mission-driven elements – allowing pilgrims to walk in Christ’s footsteps and visit the Bible’s holiest places.
Our pilgrimage to the Holy Land features sites such as: The Sea of Galilee, Nazareth, the Jezreel Valley, Mount Tabor, Capernaum, Mount of Olives, Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Masada, the Dead Sea, and more! There is no greater place to celebrate Mass than the Holy Sepulcher!