Heart and Home of St. Ignatius of Loyola

  • Destination: Spain
  • Duration: 10 days

Date: June 1-10, 2018

Spiritual Directors: Fr. Ted Dziak, S.J., and Fr. Robert Gerlich, S.J.

Visit the Heart and Home of St. Ignatius of Loyola on a pilgrimage to Spain with Loyola University of New Orleans.

We are currently accepting registrations.

Gateway: Houston, Texas

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•  Round trip airfare from Houston or New Orleans
•  Hotel accommodations (3 and 4-star, double occupancy)
•  Ground transportation by luxury motor coach
•  Meals (All breakfasts and dinners)
•  Spiritual director
•  Magnificat Travel escort
•  Local experienced and multilingual tour guides
•  Masses and spiritual activities coordinated
•  Cover charges, entrance fees and/or registration fees
•  Orientation and pre-departure meetings
•  Hospitality packet
•  Early registration discounts or interest-free payment plans available

Add-ons & Exclusions

•  Travel cancellation/interruption insurance
•  Lunches
•  Tips ($10 per day, collected at departure)
•  Significant foreign exchange rate fluctuation
•  Single room supplements
•  Flight upgrades and/or deviations

Pricing & Payment

Please call for pricing.

For more information:
E-mail: info@holytravels.org
Phone: 337.291.1933
Toll free: 877.454.7469
Fax: 337.291.1935

Pilgrimage Highlights

Avila at NightAvila
• Relics of St. Teresa & St. John of the Cross
• Monastery of the Incarnation
• Chapel in Baroque Church
• Sala de Reliquia
• Convent & Tomb of St. Teresa

• Birthplace of St. Ignatius
• Loyola
• Basilica of St. Ignatius where we will celebrate Mass
• The Magdalena Hospital
• Shrine of Our Lady of Olatz
• Casa Balda

• Shrine of Our Lady of Aranzazu

• Castle of Javier
• Basilica of St. Francis Xavier, St. Ignatius’ good friend

• Shrine of Our Lady of Montserrat
• Abbey
• Museum
• Miraculous Statue

• Cave of St. Ignatius

Barcelona Cathedral• Capital of Spain, second largest city in Spain
• La Sagrada Familia (Temple of the Holy Family)
• The Cathedral
• Las Ramblas
• Mount of the Jews