Pilgrimage Experience

Marching in the footsteps of the first miracle – the Cana Miracle

The first miracle, which taught us of the Savior's powers, happened right here, at a place where many often don't make it during their pilgrimage journey - the ancient Jewish settlement in Cana, today called Kefar Cana or the Village of Cana.


The "Cana Wedding" event, described in the New Testament in the

"Gospel According to John", was a wedding with a long list of guests, attended by our Lord, in the

settlement of Cana in the Galilee, which is, apparently, modern-day Kefar Cana. At this wedding, our

Lord performed his first miracle in which he turned water into wine. The place of the miracle is

The Pope's pilgrimage in pictures

Follow Pope Francis on his exciting pilgrimage to the Holy Land

 

 

 

Easter in Jerusalem

What could be more spiritually uplifting than celebrating Holy Week and Easter in Jerusalem? Visit the Cenacle and Gethsemane. Walk the stations of the Via Dolorosa. Touch the Stone of Anointing in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher

Imagine what it would be like to celebrate Holy Week and Easter in Jerusalem.

The Pilgrimage Experience

Pilgrims frequently describe their pilgrimage to the Holy Land as a life-changing experience. They find it difficult to express the absolute bliss they feel during this unique spiritual adventure.

“And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, full of grace and truth; we have beheld his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father.” (Jn. 1:14)*

Pilgrims frequently describe their pilgrimage to the Holy Land as a life-changing experience. They find it difficult to express the absolute bliss they feel during this unique spiritual adventure.