This October, Join Fr. Tim Clark on a Pilgrimage to Ireland! Register by April 15th

We will explore the impressive library at Trinity College with illustrated Gospels from Celtic Christian times. We travel then to the western part of Ireland, stopping enroute at one of the more important monastic centers of early Christianity – in Clonmacnoise. We travel to Croagh Patrick, a spiritually significant mountain dating back to Neolithic times but, in the Christian era, from at least the 5th century, associated with Christianity and St. Patrick. It is a major pilgrimage destination. We will base in Galway as we explore the Connemara region. Later we transfer to another base, Killarney, as we travel through the Burren region and the Cliffs of Moher. We will visit the scenic Ring of Kerry and learn more about Skellig Michael – an ancient Christian island. We make our way back to Dublin via Cashel and the beautiful medieval town of Kilkenny. We will visit Glendalough, another historic monastic complex enroute to Dublin. 
Throughout, we will visit local Irish centers of culture, history, art, and spirituality. Our local guide will open doors to special exhibits and museums. Throughout, Fr. Clark will celebrate liturgy in historic venues. This is a wonderful program that brings to life the spirituality, folklore, and traditions of the Irish people. Don’t miss it!
To learn more about the Pilgrimage to Ireland, click HERE.