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San Giovanni Rotondo - 10 September 2021

Please Choose your Room Type
€599 per person
for 2 people (seperate beds)
Double Room €599 per person
for 2 people (double bed)
Single Room €689 per person
for 1 person
Triple Room €599 per person
for 3 people (three seperate beds)
   
       
Depart from Dublin    
Arrive to Naples    
Duration 3 nights    
Price Includes
  • Dublin – Naples return flights with 10kg bag (Dimensions: 55cm x 40cm x 24cm)
  • One small handbag (Dimensions: 25cm x 33cm x 20cm)
  • Visit to the town of Pietrelcina with lunch in a local restaurant
  • Visit to Piana Romana
  • Three nights accommodation in San Giovanni Rotondo
  • Breakfast, lunch and evening meal in San Giovanni Rotondo
  • Mass in the ancient Church of Our Lady of Grace
  • Visit to the English Office
  • Guided tour of the capuchin friary
  • Visit to the Church of St. Pio of Pietrelcina and crypt
  • Mass at the Shrine of St. Michael the Archangel
  • Visit to St. Matthew' monastery
  • Travel insurance up to 85 years
  • *** NOT INCLUDED ***
  • Single Supplement €90
  • Gratuities
  • In-flight catering & meals where not stated
  • Checked in luggage

 


DAY 1

This morning we will depart from Dublin to Naples. In the arrivals hall we will be greeted by our Marian Pilgrimages guide and driver who will remain with us for the duration of our pilgrimage. We will catch our first glimpse of the picturesque countryside as we drive to Pietrelcina, birthplace of Padre Pio.

After free time for lunch, we will begin to learn of the early years of Francesco Forgione (the future Padre Pio) with a guided tour of the town, visiting the home of the Forgione family where baby Francesco was born and the Church of Sant ‘Anna where he was baptised. In the Church of the Holy Family, we will celebrate the opening Mass of our pilgrimage and afterwards in nearby Piana Romana see the farmhouse of the family and have time for prayer before the tree beneath which Padre Pio received the first signs of the stigmata. As we continue our drive to San Giovanni Rotondo, the diversity of this stunning country will become evident with its breath-taking and contrasting landscapes.

Arriving at our hotel, located just a five-minute walk from the sanctuary, we will check into our rooms and after evening meal have the opportunity to attend the Marian Torchlight Procession as we honour the Madonna, for whom Padre Pio had a great devotion.


DAY 2

This morning we will celebrate Mass in the ancient Church of Our Lady of Grace where Padre Pio spent many hours each day hearing confessions and afterwards in the English Office will receive a blessing with the glove and crucifix used by the capuchin friar.

After lunch, we will walk in the footsteps of Padre Pio during his time in San Giovanni Rotondo. Visiting the capuchin friary will allow us to learn more about the “poor friar who prays” as he often described himself. Here we will have the opportunity to see the cell once occupied by the humble friar and the crucifix before which he received the stigmata.

In 1956 Padre Pio presented to the world his greatest gift, “Casa Sollievo della Sofferenza” which today is now one of the most important hospitals in Europe. An important part in the story of Padre Pio, we will learn of the history behind what is regarded as Padre Pio’s greatest miracle.

Our day will conclude with a visit to the Church of St. Pio of Pietrelcina where we will have time for private prayer before the mortal remains of the great saint of our time.


DAY 3

After breakfast we will drive to the town of Monte Sant’Angelo, home to the Shrine of St. Michael the Archangel. We will celebrate Mass, and afterwards have time for private prayer in the sacred cave. A stroll through the cobbled streets of this unique town with its quaint white-washed houses will reveal to us a town steeped in history.

Before returning to San Giovanni Rotondo for lunch, we will visit the nearby St. Matthew’s monastery where we will receive a blessing with the relic of St. Matthew and Holy Oil.

We can enjoy an afternoon at leisure with the opportunity for confession and to return to the crypt of St. Pio.


DAY 4

This morning we will check out of our hotel and drive to Naples airport for our return flight to Dublin returning to our homes, filled with a sense of tranquillity, rejuvenation, and peace in our hearts.




   
 

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