In our final reflection on Rome, we look at how pilgrimages are a wonderful opportunity to delve deeper into the mysteries of existence.
A beautiful Mass and the English College, following by visiting Nettuno and the shrine of Saint Maria Goretti, we’ve had another great day on our Italian pilgrimage.
On our first full day in Rome, we were blessed with visits to one of the most historic art collections in the world, as well as some truly beautiful gardens.
The Vatican City is a remarkable place. It’s the smallest country in the world, the epicentre of the world’s biggest religion, the home of the Pope, and is a place which shapes the course of human history.
Did you know? We’ve now organised an exciting tour of the Vatican during our weekend pilgrimage to Rome in June!
Westminster Youth Ministry is inviting young adults to join us on pilgrimage to the Eternal City – a summer weekend in Rome from 16-19 June.
Christine spent Holy week in Taize, France, as part of our preparation for the Westminster Youth Ministry pilgrimage to Taize this summer. Here, she talks about her incredible experience.
On Saturday 20 September, Bishop John Sherrington celebrated the second annual Confirmation pilgrimage to Walsingham.
Christine talks about her pilgrimage to Spain, on the Camino de Santiago, and how it has shaped her perspective on life and faith.