I took a group of people to a 700 year old tattoo shop in Jerusalem. I think 10 or 11 people, including our priest, ended up getting tattoos. Some of the wooden stamps they use date back hundreds of years.
The Jerusalem Cross has long been the first (and possibly only) tattoo I’ve wanted. I thought I was ready, but after seeing a white tattoo, I couldn’t make up my mind.
I’ll be back in March and probably return with a permanent souvenir. Got it!
BBC heard a bunch of Catholics were getting tattooed on pilgrimage and stopped by to film us. Here’s the video.