Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe with St. Joseph & St. Stephen Catholic Churches

  • Destination: Mexico

Date: April 25-May 1, 2020

Spiritual Director: Fr. Jason Palermo

Take a journey to Mexico City, Mexico, to see sites significant to the apparitions of Our Lady of Guadalupe to St. Juan Diego.

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St. Juan Diego

A Mother’s Heart

“I desire a church in this place where your people may experience my compassion. All those who sincerely ask my help in their work and in their sorrows will know my Mother’s Heart in this place.”

– Our Lady of Guadalupe
to St. Juan Diego

Journey Inclusions
Round trip airport transfer by luxury motor coach
•  Round trip airfare to Mexico City
•  Accommodations (4-star hotel, double or triple occupancy)
•  Meals (all breakfasts and dinners)
•  Spiritual director
•  Magnificat Travel escort
•  Local and experienced guides
•  Ground transportation by luxury motor coach
•  Daily Mass and spiritual activities coordinated
•  Cover charges, entrance fees and/or registration fees
•  Orientation and pre-departure meetings
•  Hospitality packet
•  Tips and distribution of tips
•  Early registration discounts or free optional payment plan

Add-ons and Exclusions
•  Trip cancellation and interruption insurance
•  Lunches and meals while in transit
•  Single room supplement
•  Flight upgrades


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

Pilgrimage Highlights*

Mexico City
• Metropolitan Cathedral
• Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe
– Basilica
⚬ Holy Tilma
– Capilla del Cerrito (Hilltop Chapel)
– Chapel of St. Juan Diego (The Indian Chapel)

• Church of the Holy family
– Venerate the relics of Blessed Miguel Pro

• Palace of the Arts
–  Folklore Ballet performance

• National Palace
• Optional tour of the National Museum of Anthropology

San Juan Teotihuacan
• Aztec Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon

• Santa Maria de Tulpetlac (Church of the Fifth Apparition)

• Puebla Cathedral
• St. Dominic Church
– Golden Chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary

• Church of St. Francis of Assisi
• Artist Quarter
– Talavera Ceramics

*Based upon availability