This is the final story in a series of blog posts about Verso Ministries’ upcoming trip to the Holy Land, in May 2020. In today’s post, we chat with Sam Guzman who will accompany pilgrims on the trip.
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This is the second in a series of blog posts about Verso Ministries’ upcoming trip to the Holy Land, in May 2020. In today’s post, we chat with Sam Guzman who will accompany pilgrims on the trip.
"It was a simple reminder that we need not wait to visit Jesus more often."
John Paul reflects on his walking pilgrimage in Rome on Holy Thursday and what that experience meant to him.
So it is fitting that the days after I write a post about, "No time, no time," I didn't have any time to write on the blog. I'm sorry to disappoint our (small, but faithful) readers.
Click through for a brief recap of days 5-7, plus some pictures!
"After all, YOVHLO (“You only visit the Holy Land once”), right?"
Today's reflection tackles the tension between seeing everything there is to see in the limited time to see it.
"Suffice it to say, I don’t think any of our pilgrims this morning knew they were going to visit the borders of Syria this afternoon. Not even the priest."
Read more in today's reflection from our Holy Land Pilgrimage.
"I'd like to say this was intentionally planned, but I'd be remiss to admit that there was no insistence on my part to lead the group to Nazareth first. It's kind of just how the schedule worked out. But now that we're here, I can't think of a better place to start our pilgrimage."
Read more about why Nazareth was a perfect place to start...
"I'd venture to say there's something deeper, something more carnal, at the heart of our invitation to be a pilgrim." Join us, pilgrims from Indianapolis, as we discover the holy lands of Israel and Palestine.
"I am continually struck by the service and humility of a man like Flaget - a man who actively resisted where God was inviting him to serve, yet also a man whose courage pioneered the expansion of the Church into the wild west."
Read more about John Paul's pilgrimage along the Bourbon Trail in Kentucky.
"With so many reasons outside those hallways to believe that our lives are being drained of beauty, standing right there I could only marvel: 'We live in a world where people have this faith. It’s beautiful.'"
Can faith be found on earth? Read about where Lenny DeLorenzo discovered it.