What is a Pilgrimage ?

It is a journey a pilgrim makes to a sacred place for the purpose of venerating it or to ask for heavenly aid, and ultimately to come to know God better. The definition of pilgrimage indicates a particular type of journey on predetermined paths. The time devoted to the pilgrimage leads to a time that the person usually remove from everyday life (places, relationships, income generation), to connect himself to the sacrum.

If we try to let go our mind in the distant past, it is easy to see that if there is a country in which Faith and Art are mixed together in an un breakable harmony, this country is Italy. On this land, the cradle of Christianity, in which the time and the human beings have secured many treasures, the Faith has always been extremely important. The spiritual path crosses the Peninsula from North to South.

At the end of the path, as in an extraordinary alchemic operation, everything fits and take us back to this treasure collection, to this necklace of pearls, to this treasure trove of wonderful places called Italy.

Pilgrimages take you back to holy places where the human and the divine come together.

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We introduce you some of the most visited destinations and many more to offer!

Torino: the Holy Shroud is a length of linen cloth bearing the image of a man that is believed to be the burial shroud of Jesus. The shroud is kept in the royal chapel of the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin. The latest public exposition of the Shroud dates back to 2015
Torino: the Holy Shroud
Padova: the Basilica dedicated to the patron Saint of the city, has been recognized (o acknowledged?) by the Holy See as an International Shrine, it is also one of Christendom’s most celebrated and popular churches
Padova: the Basilica dedicated to the patron Saint of the city
Loreto: the Holy House of Loreto is the first Sanctuary of an international scope dedicated to the Virgin and the true Marian heart of Christenity "(John Paul lI). The Sanctuary in fact preserves the Nazareth home of Our Lady and contain also a small black image of the Virgin and Child called Madonna Nera.
Loreto: Holy House of Loreto
Assisi: the Basilica of St. Francis, UNESCO World Heritage.Assisi has been the center of the Franciscan Cult and the movement’s diffusion throughout the world, focusing on a message of peace and tolerance, especially in regard to other religions.
Assisi: Basilica of St. Francis, UNESCO World Heritage
Cascia: She was a wife, mother, widow and member of a religious community. Her holiness was reflected in each phase of her life. With her simplicity, she has won millions of devotees around the world, all those who seek a way to cope with everyday life in the respect of the Christian virtues.
Cascia: Saint Rita of Cascia
Rome: the Basilica of St. Peter, dedicated to the first Pope, Is the most renowned work of Renaissance architecture and one of the largest churches in the world and receives in a unique place both thousands of faithful both art lovers. Is regarded as one of the holiest Catholic shrines in the world.
Rome: Basilica of St. Peter
Lanciano: the Church of St. Francis holds the relics of the earliest-known Eucharistic Miracle. During Holy Mass a priest, doubtful of the Body of the Lord’s presence in the Sacramental Host, after he had pronounced the words of the consecration, witnessed its transformation into flesh and that of the wine into blood.
Lanciano: the Eucharistic Miracle
San Giovanni Rotondo: is the site where the Saint lived and received the stigmata in 1918, and where all those supernatural events that led to his sainthood and canonization took place as well. Visiting this Monastery means jumping into a context of spirituality and mysticism
San Giovanni Rotondo: the site where Padre Pio lived
Pompei: the Shrine of the Blessed Virgin of the Rosary was erected with the spontaneous offerings of the faithful from all over the world; is one of the most important and visited Marian.The venerated painting depicts the Virgin Mary and Child Jesus presenting rosaries to Saint Dominic and Saint Catherine of Siena.
Pompei: Blessed Virgin of the Rosary


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