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Advent in Rome, Assisi, Lanciano and Manoppello!

by Steve Ray on July 12, 2019


This December 3-12 we travel to Italy for Advent! But you are home in plenty of time for Christmas! This is a unique, one-bus intimate pilgrimage and Advent Adventure! From the airport, we drive straight to the Medieval city of Assisi to celebrate St. Francis who started the tradition of creche scenes to celebrate the […]

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St. Paul Mediterranean Cruise & Pilgrimage brochure and pricing just released!

by Steve Ray on June 26, 2019


Our popular St. Paul Mediterranean Pilgrimage Cruise and “Seminar at Sea” is now open for registration. Cabins are limited – first come, first serve. Register soon because this trip is very popular and there is already a list of interested cruisers. We only do this Mediterranean Cruise every two years. For an interactive map, a […]

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Steve Ray & Al Kresta Discuss the Amazing Catholic Country whose Modern Saints have changed the world

by Steve Ray on June 17, 2019


Steve joined Al Kresta on Ave Maria Radio and EWTN to discuss the Catholic country of Poland that has stood strong in the Faith through every kind of trial – including Nazism and Soviet domination. We discuss her modern saints that changed the world: St. John Paul II, St. Maria Faustina and the Divine Mercy […]

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Test (non-post)

by Steve Ray on June 14, 2019


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Good-bye Paris! Fairwells & Comments

by Steve Ray on June 12, 2019


The trip has come to an end and the bus is headed to the airport. It was more successful than we could’ve hoped for and it was a beautiful trip. Combining that D-Day commemorations on Omaha Beach in Normandy France along with all the saints and shrines of France made for a spectacular pilgrimage. Our […]

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Incorrupt Saints of Paris: Sts. Catherine Laboure & Vincent de Paul; Boat Ride on Seine River

by Steve Ray on June 11, 2019


After visiting the Church of the Miraculous Metal where we  venerated and prayed at the incorrupt Body of Saint Catherine Labore, we walked a block or two away to have Mass in front of the glass tomb of Saint Vincent de Paul who body is also incorrupt (homily here). Very meaningful and powerful for us […]

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