A Traditional Catholic Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
July 7 – 21, 2022 / $5750.00, land-only
Join Father Dennis Gordon, FSSP, of Saint Joan of Arc Parish in Post Falls, Idaho, on an extraordinary pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
This thirteen-night pilgrimage features visits to the holiest sites found throughout Nazareth, Galilee, Bethlehem, Jerusalem and Jordan, and Mount Carmel for the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel!
We’ve selected beautiful four-star hotels for this pilgrimage, and a private coach and two professional guides will accompany us throughout the journey. There are only forty spaces available. Register today!
REGISTRATION DEADLINE MAY 15, 2022
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A True Pilgrimage
This thirteen-day comprehensive itinerary includes the most sacred places found throughout the Holy Land.
Daily Latin Mass
Daily Mass is the cornerstone of each day and will be celebrated in the most sacred churches of the Holy Land.
We have made every effort to ensure that this trip affords ample time for daily prayer and time with Our Lord.
Our tour director hails from Nazareth and is a Knight Commander of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre.
A Superb Trip
Incredible four star hotels, private transportation and an exclusively organized tour program make this trip superb.
Pricing & Registration
In order to register please complete the form on this page. Your place on the trip is then secure!
Purchase Travel Insurance
When you register we will send you a quote for travel insurance. To cover preexisting conditions insurance must be made within two weeks of registration.
Get Your Passports Ready
Apply as soon as possible. NB - Passports that expire within six months of the travel dates are not valid to enter Spain.
Get Welcome Packet & Pack Your Bags
One month before the trip we will send you a Welcome Packets with lots of useful information. Pack your bags and get ready!
Frequently Asked Questions
Saint James the Greater
Our trip patron is St. James the Greater. Following the Descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, St. James set out for Spain where he preached the good new. Following his missionary work in Spain, St. James returned to his home country and was eventually beheaded in Jerusalem, in 44 AD. His relics were returned to Spain but his head remained in Jerusalem, in the church of St. James. We’ll pay our patron a visit while in Jerusalem!