Joan and Carl Broussard embarked on a pilgrimage cruise of the Mediterranean Sea in October 2016 with heavy hearts. Family issues were weighing on them, but as they learned, no problem is too big for our good and merciful God.

Dear Pilgrim Family, As Ray and I look back, words fall short to express the many blessings of the last 18 months. On a personal level, we had two weddings in the family within five months: Andrew and Alexis, and Katie and Mike. Our youngest daughter, Evelyn, graduated from St. Thomas More High School and […]

My friends, I am here to tell you Jesus is not dead, but alive. We have seen him with our own eyes. We have touched him with our own hands and tongue. We have consumed him into our bodies. Jesus has risen and we are witnesses to these things.

When Fr. Herb Bennerfield visited EWTN Studios and the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville, Alabama, during a retreat in 2015, he knew he wanted to bring his parishioners there. In 2016, Magnificat Travel led a group from St. Joseph’s Church during Memorial Day weekend.

In the weeks before our mission trip to Puerto Rico, I felt I was not prepared emotionally, mentally or spiritually. During our stay at the retreat center, I felt that my heart came to know God just a little bit more.

I knew very little about Pope Francis when I saw him for the first time on a pilgrimage to Rome in April 2013. This was my first trip to Rome and surely my first experience seeing a pope.

evious, on Trinity Sunday, our pastor was ordained. When Father Tom joined us to celebrate Mass, he was radiant. We could feel his joy and were witness to his serenity. Mass was said in the Chapel of St. Sebastian at the tomb of St. John Paul II, who had ordained Father Tom. Weevious, on Trinity Sunday, our pastor was ordained. When Father Tom joined us to celebrate Mass, he was radiant. We could feel his joy and were witness to his serenity. Mass was said in the Chapel of St. Sebastian at the tomb of St. John Paul II, who had ordained Father Tom. WeSunday brought us to St. Peter’s Basilica. The magnificence of St. Peter’s is a powerful, palpable thing. Here, 25 years previous, on Trinity Sunday, our pastor was ordained. When Father Tom joined us to celebrate Mass, he was radiant. We could feel his joy and were witness to his serenity. Mass was said in the Chapel of St. Sebastian at the tomb of St. John Paul II, who had ordained Father Tom. We all felt especially blessed. A year of hoping, planning, anticipating had come to fruition.Sunday brought us to St. Peter’s Basilica. The magnificence of St. Peter’s is a powerful, palpable thing. Here, 25 years previous, on Trinity Sunday, our pastor was ordained. When Father Tom joined us to celebrate Mass, he was radiant. We could feel his joy and were witness to his serenity. Mass was said in the Chapel of St. Sebastian at the tomb of St. John Paul II, who had ordained Father Tom. We all felt especially blessed. A year of hoping, planning, anticipating had come to fruition.

Through Saint Faustina, Jesus revealed special ways to live out the response to His mercy–one of which is the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, as both a novena and a prayer for the three o’clock hour–the hour of His death. Join Magnificat Travel in praying this novena beginning on Good Friday.

Katherine Comeaux, an 11th grade student at Hanson Memorial High School of Franklin, La., traveled with Magnificat Travel to Washington, D.C. for the March for Life on Jan. 25, 2013. Stepping off the airplane into the cold Baltimore weather, I knew this trip would be a great one. The day of the Pro Life March […]

Have you been thinking about visiting one of the many holy sites around the world this year? Holy sites like the Grotto in Lourdes, France? The Tomb of St. Francis in Assisi, Italy? The Christ the Redeemer Statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil? Perhaps you are interested in joining a group to visit the Eternal […]