Oberammergau June 2022: Germany, Switzerland, N. Italy and Rome (SOLD OUT)

Rome is a required portion of the pilgrimage from June 22-26, 2022

14 June 2022 to 26 June 2022

You can watch the full length Pilgrimage below or download it here.


Day 11: Mass at Tomb of St. JP II in St. Peter’s, Execution of St. Paul, San Clemente, Final Dinner and Farewells

Our last and full day was happy and sad. Happy because it was a great day and sad because we knew it was our last day together.

We started out with a great blessing from God which was a surprise for us all. We had a Mass scheduled at St. Peters but when we arrived they asked if we would like to have the altar which is the tomb of St. John Paul II. What do you think we said?

After Liz Lev took us on a tour of St. Peter’s Basilica the bus and headed to Tre Fontone which is one of my favorite places. It’s where Paul walked his final steps along the Roman Road to a column to which he was chained and beheaded. I do a talk there about the end of Saint Paul’s life.

San Clemente is a very unique church in Rome not only because it has the bones of Saint Ignatius of Antioch and Saint Clement of Rome, but also because you can descend through the centuries underneath. One flight of steps brings you to a fourth century huge Basilica and below that we walked the streets of first century Rome.

Everyone had the afternoon free to do their final shopping and food tasting and exploring. We gathered again to go to our last dinner together at the Ristorante L’Archeologia which was very celebratory. And then in the morning we all said goodbye as the bus took the pilgrims to the airport.

About the Pilgrimage

We have an amazing pilgrimage to Oberammergau Germany for the Passion Play– a play that is only offered every ten years.

PLEASE NOTE: All new registrations for this trip must include the Rome extension. If you don’t want to include the 5-day Rome extension, you can sign up for our August Oberammergau trip.

Not only will we see the spectacular Passion Play, but we will tour the quaint countryside, villages and churches in Bavaria and southern Germany. We will visit Dachau in Munich. Also we will drive through the Alps of Switzerland and down into Milan in northern Italy.

After touring the magnificent historical city of  Milan we will board the hi-speed train to the eastern coast of Italy to visit the Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano and the Face of God at Manoppello and then hitting all the highlights of Rome from June 22-26.

We will be joined by Teresa Tomeo of Ave Maria Radio and EWTN Radio. She has traveled with us on over a dozen trips and is always a lot of fun and full of enthusiasm.

Fr. Dan Good, many peoples’ favorite pilgrimage priest, is also on board.

Our dates are:

June 14-26, 2022 for this extensive trip, with Passion Play performance on June 17. 

We have put together an amazing itinerary chock full of history, beauty, culture and the Catholic Faith.

Here is the itinerary.

-Steve & Janet Ray’s conversion story and their tales of living in Switzerland as Protestants

-Teresa Tomeo will share many of her inspired teachings, reversion story and adventures in Italy

– Liz Lev our guide in Rome

Day 1
Overnight flight USA to Munich

Day 2
Arrive Munich
Welcome Dinner

Day 3
Munich City Tour
Dachau, known as the “Priests Camp”
Alte Pinakothek Museum (Rembrandt’s Life of Christ)
Overnight Munich

Day 4
Munich to Oberammergau
Enroute stop at Wieskirche for Mass
Afternoon/Evening Passion Play in Oberammergau (5 hours with 2 hour intermission)
Overnight Oberammergau

Day 5
Oberammergau to Zurich, with stops enroute:
-Fussen, Germany
-St. Gallen, Switzerland
Overnight in Zurich

Day 6
Zurich sightseeing tour
Free time to relax

Day 7
Zurich to Milan, Italy

Day 8
Milan sightseeing in the morning, with Cathedral Duomo
St. Ambrose Church (Doctor of the Church) to venerate his relics
St. Gianna Molla in the afternoon, in her home town of Magenta
Overnight Milan

Depart this morning by train and bus to Lanciano, and visit the site of the Eucharist Miracle. Celebrate Mass. Dinner and overnight in Lanciano.

DAY 10
This morning visit Manoppello and view the Face Cloth of God. Credible evidence suggests that what was once thought to be Veronica’s veil is actually the face cloth Jesus left behind in the tomb. Celebrate Mass. Depart for Rome with lunch on own en route. Dinner and overnight in Rome.

DAY 11
A day to discover Imperial Rome. Peter arrived here early on and Paul wrote to these Christians and later arrived in chains. Experience the glory of Imperial Rome when you visit the Coliseum (outside view), the Roman Forum, the Arch of Titus and the Mamertine Prison where Peter and Paul were imprisoned. Time permitting visit San Stefano Rotondo to discuss martyrdom in the early Church, then see 1st century Rome under San Clemente Church as well as the tomb of Apostolic Fathers Ignatius and Clement. See the Chair of Peter at St. John Lateran. Dinner and overnight in Rome.

DAY 12
Depart early this morning to celebrate Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica followed by a guided tour of St. Peter’s, Tre Fontane Abbey and Paul Outside the Walls. Lunch on your own and the remainder of your day at leisure. Dinner and overnight in Rome.

DAY 13
Group transfer to the airport for those passengers on group flights. Return home.

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