This was our second domestic pilgrimage in the US and it was fantastic. While other countries were closed, we decided to find and explore the best Catholic sites in the USA. And boy, did we find them. We did St. Augustine Florida a few months ago (see here) and now we just finished our “Shrines of Wisconsin Pilgrimage which surprised and blessed time together. Here are some comments and farewells of the folks that came
We started out with a somewhat more leisurely morning at the Hyatt hotel here in Green Bay. The bus left at 10 and the cars all followed with two options for the morning. Half of the group went to visit Lambeau Field and the other half to the Botanical Gardens. After lunch in De Pere, we had a tour of St. Norbert Abbey Church and Crypt. Then one of the highlights of our pilgrimage in
Wisconsin is a very beautiful state and the people are kind and friendly along the way. After a good nights sleep along the Mississippi River we are now heading east across Wisconsin making two important visits along the way before settling into our Hyatt Hotel in Green Bay. The first stop was to enjoy the Marian Shrine and Gardens in Rudolph Wisconsin. The Rudolph Grotto Gardens and Shrine were delightful, inspiring prayer and devotion. Our second
Today our 100 pilgrims arrived in La Crosse Wisconsin at the gorgeous Shine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. This is Day 2 of our Shrines of Wisconsin Pilgrimage. We were blessed to be joined by a real Prince of the Church, Cardinal Raymond Burke who celebrated Mass for us at the Shrine. He then joined us for dinner and gave a talk for our group. I told our group that with his presence they were
One of our most popular pilgrimages is now planned for March 2022. Join Steve & Janet Ray and Teresa Tomeo and her husband Deacon Dominick. Check out the pilgrimage HERE and watch videos from our last Italy trip HERE. Here is my recent show with Teresa Tomeo: “Why Italy, and what will we see and do on this trip?” Interview starts at 20:30 into the show.