Oct 10 - 18, 2018

SAINT BARTHOLOMEW'S PARISH

 

In the Footsteps of St. Francis and St. Clare: A Pilgrimage to Assisi and Rome

 

 

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18.10481

 

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Father Thomas Walsh, of St. Bartholomew’s Parish in East Brunswick, NJ, invites you on a journey to explore the life, times and vision of St. Francis and St. Clare of Assisi.

These were two of the most influential people in the life of Christianity, challenging the Church to stay true to its Gospel values.  We plan an extended period of time in Assisi where the spirit of these two visionary saints continues to be evoked by the well preserved medieval village.  We will travel to nearby towns where St. Francis traveled, explore the Umbrian countryside, and have time to enjoy the serenity, breathtaking views, local art, and hospitality of Assisi.  Our program ends with a couple of nights in Rome before we return home.  Come join this rich and transformative journey we have planned for you.

Human history is rich with tales of globe trekkers who have gained valuable insight about themselves and the world around them through the discovery and exploration of cultures outside their own. People who travel the globe begin a lifelong journey of worldly citizenship.

The experience of traveling together to places of great historical, religious and cultural significance is deeply transformative. Explore some of the experiences of our travelers through their words.
 

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