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These two young French pilgrims spent a year walking to Jerusalem

They traveled by foot from their native France to the Holy Land, living on little more than the generosity of strangers.

Take a virtual pilgrimage in the time of coronavirus

While you may not be able to leave your house, with these virtual tours you can make a spiritual journey along an ancient pilgrimage route.

Holy Land restricts Mass due to coronavirus

Many places of pilgrimage around the world are still open, but COVID-19 has led to restrictions.

From the Wadi Rum desert to the Red Sea: A trip of biblical proportions

The promise God made to Abraham, “as the stars in the sky and as the sand on the seashore,” comes to life while traveling around Jordan.

College Knights walk in footsteps of Mexican Saint

Knights from five college councils spend week living like St. Juan Diego.

Longest Guadalupe pilgrimage in U.S. draws thousands

Starting out at dawn, an estimated 20,000 Californians walk 34 miles.

Did angels build these amazing churches?

These churches in Ethiopia were each carved out of a single block of stone.

Mary Magdalene’s hometown now has a guesthouse with views of the Sea of Galilee

The Magdala archaeological site and pilgrimage destination will begin offering overnight accommodations on November 24

10 Great boys’ names inspired by important spiritual places

Give your baby son a meaningful name full of Christian significance.

Listen to the ‘Dum Pater Familias,’ a hymn from a 12th-century pilgrim guide

“To Lord St. James! To God’s St. James! And onward! And upward! God speed our way!”

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