January 3–13, 2018
Journey to Where It All Began
Two thousand years ago, God walked the earth. He taught on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. He turned water into wine at a wedding in Cana. He sweat blood in the Garden of Gethsemane. He died on a cross at Calvary.
Since the day he ascended into heaven, not an hour has passed without one of his followers returning to the ground where he once walked. Pilgrims have crossed deserts, mountains, and oceans to stand where he stood, to pray where he prayed, to cry where he cried.
Those journeys have always been journeys of faith, undertaken to give thanks and grow in love and understanding. They also have been undertaken so that the deepest desires of people’s hearts could be laid in petition before the Lord at the epicenter of Christianity.
Are you ready to make such a journey? If so, the St. Paul Center invites you to join us on a once in a lifetime pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
From January 3rd-13th, 2018, Dr. Scott Hahn, will walk with you in the footsteps of Our Lord, visiting the grotto of the Annunciation in Nazareth, the tomb where he was laid to rest in Jerusalem, and the location of nearly every significant moment of his life in between, including: the Church of the Nativity, the Sea of Galilee, Peter’s home in Capernaum, the Mount of Transfiguration, the Upper Room, the Mount of Olives, the Via Dolorosa, and many, many more.
Along with guided tours of the most important places in Christian history from outstanding historians with deep local knowledge, the trip will also feature daily teaching by Dr. Hahn. These talks will not only give you the historical and biblical context of the sites we’ll visit, but also open up the spiritual significance of the events that transpired there, expanding your knowledge of Christian history while at the same time helping to deepen your faith in Christ and His Church.
Space for the pilgrimage is limited. To find out more or to sign up for this incredible opportunity, visit http://www.206tours.com/scotthahn/ or call 800-206-TOUR (8687).