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Celtic Pilgrimage to Wales and Ireland’s Ancient East

May 18 - May 30


From a festal Pentecost Eucharist at St. David’s Cathedral in Britain’s smallest city to quiet worship at secluded chapels on the Llyn Peninsula and in the foothills of Snowdonia National Park, following in the footsteps of ancient Welsh saints and pilgrims will deepen your connection with the Divine. After 6 days in beautiful and historic Wales, you will journey by ferry to eastern Ireland, land of medieval high crosses and ancient centers of learning and worship. Explore pre-Christian sites such as New Grange and Tara, seat of Irish kings, and experience a contemporary expression of Celtic monasticism with the Brigidine sisters of Kildare, who keep alive St. Brigid’s concern for justice and creation. Celtic art comes alive with a visit to the National Museum of Dublin and the Book of Kells at Trinity College. The pilgrimage concludes on a contemplative note with several days in the lovely, quiet valley of Glendalough, home of St. Kevin and his monastic “city.”

Celtic Pilgrimage to Wales and Ireland’s Ancient East


May 18
May 30
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Teresa Di Biase
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