Pilgrimages
Our study pilgrimages vary between 8 and 14 days, offering distinctive and transformative features that make them ideal for personal, parish and diocesan programs.

The Footsteps of Jesus course which lasts for 10 days, invites participants to become pilgrims who follow the journey that Jesus and his first disciples made through the Holy Land.

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Experience Holy Week and Easter observances of the Eastern Christian communities in Jerusalem, including the Greek Orthodox, Armenian, Coptic and Ethiopian traditions. Study the theological and liturgical traditions of Orthodox Christianity.

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The Introduction to Bible Lands programme aims to change the way you read the Bible by combining biblical and historical studies with pilgrimage to key sites from the Old and New Testaments.

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The Palestine of Jesus course lasts for 10-14 days and combines biblical and historical studies with pilgrimage to selected sites connected with Jesus’ life, ministry, death, and resurrection.

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Through lectures and Bible studies—as well as group discussions in hotels, on the bus and at archaeological sites—this program provides an introduction to the life, letters and theology of St. Paul as well as the Seven Ecumenical Councils of the Church with some specific themes in studied in detail. The St. Paul and the Early Church Course begins and ends in Turkey.

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The Women of the Bible course is a ten day study pilgrimage which offers a reflective spiritual experience visiting the holy sites relating to both the Old and New Testaments highlighting especially the stories of women. 

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