Holy Land Pilgrimage 2010

Monday, March 15, 2010

Retrace the footsteps of Jesus on pilgrimage with other young professionals (20s & 30s) this August.

August 8-17, 2010

$2,675 per person (Land & Air package) from Boston/New York (Add-on cities also available)
$1,075 per person Land Only
Webpage: http://www.pilgrimages.com/frcollins/
Contact: mwholley@gmail.com to express any preliminary interest ASAP (by April 1).
Pilgrimage Captain: Meredith Wholley, ND ‘07, BC Law ’10
Chaplain: Fr. Christopher Collins, SJ, UST '93, Boston College doctoral candidate.
 
Chaplain BIO: Fr. Collins was born in Phoenix, the youngest of six kids.  He graduated from the University of St Thomas in St Paul, MN in 1993 and taught high school for two years in Winona, MN before he entered the Society of Jesus in 1995.  He is currently working on a doctorate in systematic theology at Boston College and he intends to write his dissertation on the Christology of Joseph Ratzinger.
Trip includes:

Roundtrip air from New York, Boston or add-on city; Airline Fuel Surcharges; Accommodations (1 night Tel Aviv, 2 nights Nazareth, 5 nights Jerusalem); Breakfast and dinner daily; Escorted throughout; Transport by deluxe motorcoach; Guiding and entrance fees as per itinerary; Sightseeing as per itinerary; Mass daily; Luggage handling (1 piece per person); Flight bag and portfolio of all travel documents.  See website and/or email for details.

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