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Pilgrimages

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!”

9 Celebrities who have made the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage

The Camino remains one of the most popular pilgrimages, drawing hundreds of thousands each year.

7 Beautiful girls’ names inspired by significant spiritual places

These sites welcome millions of pilgrims each year and make an interesting choice as a name for your baby girl.

Take a pilgrimage along Norway’s St. Olav’s Way

Recently reopened Norwegian pilgrimage offers a 400-mile spiritual journey through a downright gorgeous land.

Want to know the Middle East? Try this walking tour

The Abraham Path Initiative takes visitors along the way a revered patriarch walked.

This miraculous well is the site of a mini “camino” in Ireland

St. Finbarr reportedly established this special pilgrimage site before casting out a local dragon.

This ancient pilgrimage road crosses Europe from north to south

And it’s even older than the Camino de Santiago.

This is where St. Ignatius begged for money to pay for his studies

The church of Santa María del Mar is home to a touching sculpture of the beloved Basque saint, right where he used to sit as a beggar.

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