The first time we did this pilgrimage through France it was a huge success and a very blessed time. This trip will be even better! Join us November 30 – December 9, 2024.

D-Day, also known as the Normandy Invasion
This turning point in World War II occurred on June 6, 1944 — eighty years ago. We will celebrate that crucial battle in Normandy France and walk on Omaha Beach. On that day, more than 156,000 American, British, and Canadian troops stormed the fiercely defended beaches of Normandy in northern France. This operation marked a critical turning point in World War II.

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Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
This iconic church was severely damaged by fire in 2019. After 5 years of of restoration, Notre Dame is scheduled to open on December 8 AND WE WILL BE THERE! We are hoping to have Mass in the Cathedral the day it opens.

To top all of that, we will also visit Lisieux, home of St. Therese and celebrate Mass where her family did. Mont-Saint-Michel is stunning beyond belief as we spend time exploring and visiting the village.

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We will visit the Cathedral of Saint Vincent and later that day celebrate Mass in Pontmain where the Virgin Mary appeared to four children in 1871.

Paris and the Seine River cruise. Chartres, Notre Dame Cathedral, St. Catherine Labouré’ incorrupt body and the Miraculous Medal.

Just a few blocks away, another incorrupt body of St. Vincent de Paul. See the Basilica of Sacre-Couer in Montmartre, where perpetual adoration of the Blessed Sacrament has continued uninterrupted since 1885.

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And so much more. For the interactive map, itinerary, brochure and more info — and to register on-line visit here.

You will also receive a 2-hour movie of your pilgrimage as a keepsake. Here is the video we produced for our pilgrims on our last pilgrimage through France.