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America Media EventsMarch 06, 2024
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We are delighted to offer you the opportunity to join Sam Sawyer, S.J., editor in chief, and Fr. Michael Simone, S.J., on America’s 2024 pilgrimage to Greece.

[Click here for full details, pricing and registration forms.]

“A Pilgrimage to Greece: In the Footsteps of St. Paul & the Early Christian Community” provides a unique opportunity to visit and worship at some of the holiest sites in the life of St. Paul and his first Christian followers. Daily Masses at sacred places, faith sharing, reflection, and spiritual exploration make this pilgrimage opportunity deeply meaningful.

The full brochure which includes all the details related to dates, itineraries, and pricing is HERE.

If you discern you are interested in this trip, please register promptly (the registration form is on the last page of the brochure). Registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis in the order your registration form(s) and deposit(s) in the mail at our headquarters at America Media.

Don’t delay in sending your registration forms and deposits. Recent pilgrimages have filled within days of registration opening!

For questions, please contact Alessandra Rose at Arose@americamedia.org

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