Give Thanks in the Holy Land
A Pilgrimage in the Footsteps of Our Lord
November 23 – December 2, 2024 – $4150 per person (airfare not yet included)
UPDATE – THIS PILGRIMAGE HAS BEEN CANCELLED – PLEASE CONTACT US OFFICE@PROROME.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION
Join members of the Pennsylvania Knights of Columbus on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land next Thanksgiving! The itinerary features five nights in Jerusalem and three nights in Tiberias, with multiple excursions to many different sites along the way. From Bethlehem to Bethany, Nazareth to Jerusalem, our faith will come to life as we walk in Christ’s footsteps. This trip is limited to forty-five travelers.
We’ve included eight nights lodging in four star hotels, daily breakfast and dinner, private coach transportation, two professional and English speaking guides and all tour fees in the price. Group airfare from JFK/EWR will be arranged in January of 2024 and will be communicated to the group at that time.
There are only forty-five spots available. Filling fast, act fast!
A Quick Glance
The first three days will be spent in Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee, where we will explore the many sacred and historic sites associated with our Lord.
We will then spend five days in Jerusalem, walking in Jesus Christ’s footsteps, from his birth in Bethlehem to his Passion, Death, and Resurrection in Jerusalem.
Our day trips include Cana, Nazareth, Caesarea Philippi, Mount Tabor, Jericho, Capernaum, Mount Carmel, Qumran, the Dead Sea and so much more.
Mass is the cornerstone of each day and will be celebrated in the most sacred churches of the Holy Land. Every day time will be reserved for prayer.
Pricing & Registration
In order to register simply fill out the form at the top this page! Your place on the trip is then secure!
Purchase Travel Insurance
We will send you an insurance quote as soon as you register. We strongly suggest that everyone purchases travel insurance.
Upload Passport Information
Apply as soon as possible. NB - Passports that expire within six months of the travel dates are not valid to enter Israel.
Frequently Asked Questions
In anticipation of your pilgrimage, prepare yourself physically if your journey requires it, but above all else you must prepare spiritually. Meditate on why God is calling you to embark on this journey. Are there intentions that you bring with you? Research the saints associated with your destinations and ask for their intercession as you follow in their footsteps. Make a habit of prayer and spiritual preparation as you approach the date of departure.