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A Blessed Journey to France - book your spot today!

April 15, 2011
 
To go on pilgrimage is not simply to visit a place to admire its treasures of nature, art or history. To go on pilgrimage really means to step out of ourselves in order to encounter God where he has revealed himself, where his grace has shone with particular splendour and produced rich fruits of conversion and holiness among those who believe.
Pope Benedict XVI (Nov. 6, 2010)
At Salt + Light Television, we take our mission of evangelization and telling stories of hope and charity to heart.
We use many forms of media to reach as many people as possible to share with them the message of our faith, and Church – the message of Jesus Christ. And last year, continuing on this mission we introduced our pilgrimage initiative Blessed Journeys.
What better way to learn and experience this beautiful region, than visiting the most holy places in this historic country, with a scholar to help you wade through the sights, sounds and mysteries you will encounter.
Visit the magnificent Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Walk in the footsteps St. Bernadette and St. Terese Lisieux. Experience Paray-le-Monial through vists to the Chapel of the Visitation and the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. Celebrate the Mass at the Grotto of Our Lady in Lourdes. All while enjoying the famous food and wine of France.
Join us – on what will surely be, a blessed journey to France!
Visit our Blessed Journeys page for further details.
Book Today! Deadline to book is April 19.
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CNS photo/Nancy Wiechec

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