Updated Images – Pilgrimage to Chartres


We have recently received some additional images which have been added to both our PICTURES page as well as our Shutterfly Photo Album site. The new photos add even more prospective into the Pilgrimage to Chartres and continue to show the amazing journey as well as the beautiful scenery the path to Chartres provides to each Pilgrim.

Pilgrimage to Chartres and Other Catholic Pilgrimages


While our Chapter takes part in the 60+ mile Pilgrimage to Chartres, there are other great Catholic Pilgrimages to take part across Europe. The website The Catholic Tour features additional pilgrimages that you can take part in as well and are at different times of the year. Here is a breakdown of additional Catholic tours that you and your friends can take part of.

AVILA / FATIMA / 500th Anniversary of St. Teresa of Avila – 2015

 This is an 8 day tour that takes you through Spanish cities of Avila and Fatima. The first part is visiting the city of Avila, the city of Kings and Saints, which is completely surrounded by 11th century walls is the birth place of St. Theresa. Stops included in this part of the tour include Avila’s Cathedral, a museum dedicated to her life, Tomb of St. John of the Cross, and a trip to the town of Alba de Tormes, which possesses St. Theresa’s mortal remains. The second half of the tour takes place in Fatima. Stops in this half of the tour include a trip to Aljustrel, home of Lucia, Francisco and Jacinta, the three children who witnessed the Apparitions of the Blessed Mother starting in 1917. Additionally, a day is spent in the medieval city of Obidos and a tour of the castle.


Featuring 10 days in Italy at the end of April, this tour features the rare opportunity to view Shroud of Turin. The last time it was publicly displayed was back in 2000 to celebrate the Jubilee year. While briefly displayed back in 2010 at the orders of Pope Benedict XVI, the Shroud of Turin wasn’t scheduled to be on display again until 2025. Additional stops include sites in Assisi, San Giovanni Rotondo, and ending up in Rome.

If you are interested in additional Catholic Pilgrimages beyond the Pilgrimage to Chartres check out the Catholic Tours website: http://www.thecatholictour.com/catholic_pilgrimages.asp