Donation Options
Pilgrimage to the Holy Land with Archbishop Smith

An Encounter with Christ in the Land Where He Lived

November 29 - December 10, 2017 | 12 Days, 10 nights
with Daily Mass at Pilgrimage Churches and Shrines

 

“Only through a personal encounter with the Lord can we embrace with hope the call to be missionary disciples of Jesus Christ. The Holy Land offers pilgrims the opportunity to walk where Jesus taught, healed, and gave His life for our salvation. It offers the possibility of an encounter with Christ in the land where He lived.

I invite you to join me and fellow pilgrims for a journey to the place rendered holy by the very presence of Jesus Himself.”

✠ Most Rev. Richard W. Smith
Archbishop of Edmonton


Spiritual Tour Highlights

Stops include Nazareth, home of the Holy Family; Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus delivered his "Sermon on the Mount;" Cana, site of Jesus' first miracle and opportunity to renew wedding vows; Gethsemane, where Jesus was taken prisoner; the Holy Sepulchre, site of the tomb of Christ -- and much, much more.

The tour was sold out, but a few more seats have been made available at a slightly higher price; if you would like to join the Archbishop on this unforgettable journey, reserve your place today.

Download the flyer for full itinerary details

Cost: $5,116 per person, based on double occupancy
(add $1,097 for single supplement)

Includes:

  • Return airfare from Edmonton*
  • 10 nights at 4- and 5-star hotel properties including the Pontifical Institute Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center 
  • Daily buffet breakfasts and dinners, and most lunches
  • Guide and entrance fees
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Transportation by deluxe motorcoach with free WiFi, water on bus
  • Gratuities and all taxes!

* Other departure cities available

Not included: Travel insurance, personal items

Contact: Jackie Abello 780-229-4171 or 1-800-661-2454 ext. 4171

Email: JackieA@UniglobeOne.com

Limited space available; call today to reserve your place. 

And if you can't be there in person, follow the Archbishop's blog, The Reason for Our Hope, where he will be posting daily reflections and photos.