St. Joseph's Oratory with St. Joseph's Cathedral

St. Joseph's Oratory with St. Joseph's Cathedral

from 450.00

October 22 - 24, 2017

Pilgrimage chaplains: Fr. Jason Jalbert, Fr. Eric Delisle, & Fr. Jeff Paveglio

 

Your Pilgrimage Includes...

  • Deluxe motorcoach transportation
  • 4-star hotel accommodations
  • Two (2) breakfasts
  • Two (2) dinners
  • Canterbury tour manager & local guides
  • Sightseeing & admissions fees as per itinerary
  • Pilgrimage chaplains offering Daily Mass & Spiritual activities during the Pilgrimage
  • Tips for hotel staff & restaurants

 

Your Pilgrimage Itinerary...

Sunday, October 22: Following the 10:30 am Mass at St. Joseph’s Cathedral (Manchester, NH), we depart via Deluxe Motor-coach for Montréal, Canada. After crossing the Canadian border, we’ll visit the Church of St. Francis Xavier in La Prairie, Quebec. There resides the tomb of St. Kateri Tekakwitha, the “Lily of the Mohawks”. Upon arrival into Montreal , we will check into our hotel followed by a welcome dinner. Overnight Montreal, Canada

Monday, October 23: Following breakfast, we set out to visit Mount Royal for a panoramic view of the city on our way to spend the day at St. Joseph’s Oratory, the world’s largest shrine dedicated to St. Joseph. St Joseph's Oratory was founded by St. Brother André in 1904 as a modest chapel which now receives over two million visitors annually. The Basilica’s dome reaches 97 meters and is second only in height to St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. During our tour, we will visit the reliquary where the relics of St. Brother André are displayed and view the two great pipe organs along with the carillon of 56 bronze bells that are played often throughout the week. Our visit at the shrine will include the celebration of Holy Mass. This afternoon, we will visit the Notre Dame Basilica and the 350 year old Notre Dame de Bon Secours Chapel (built in 1771). We will finish out the day with a guided visit of Old Montreal, where we will also enjoy a fabulous dinner. Overnight Montreal, Canada

Tuesday, October 24: Today, we will visit the Basilica Marie-Reine-du-Monde where we will celebrate mass before we depart Montreal for home. Enroute, we will make a visit to the Abbey of Saint-Benoît-du-Lac. Founded in 1912, it numbers around fifty monks living under the Rule of Saint Benedict. We’ll be home in time for dinner.

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