I’ve had the privilege of bringing thousands of people on pilgrimage to Rome over the past 13 years. I have many return customers, so I’ve worked tirelessly to discover parts of Catholic Rome that many people overlook. Now that I’m living here full-time, I’m bringing that passion and experience to visitors through my Catholic day tours of Rome. These day tours are designed to take all the burden off of you and show you the Rome I know and love.
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The Life of Christ
On this tour we’ll visit relics associated with the life of Christ. We’ll see part of the manger, the table used at the Last Supper, we’ll climb the stairs He climbed when He was condemned to death, see the pillar on which He was scourged, pray in front of part of the True Cross, a nail from the Crucifixion, and thorns from the Crown of Thorns.
Seven Pilgrim Churches of Rome
A modern take on a 500 year old pilgrimage connecting Rome’s most important churches. Traditionally a full day walking pilgrimage, I’ve condensed this to a half day with a private van – because your soul is important, and so is your time. We’ll start with Mass at Saint Peter’s Basilica before visiting Saint Paul Outside the Walls, San Sebastian, Saint John Lateran, Santa Croce, San Lorenzo, and Saint Mary Major.
Saints, Apostles, and an Apparition
Just some of the Saints we’ll see on this walk through Historic Catholic Rome: Saint Catherine of Siena, Saint Monica, Saint Agnes, Saint Ignatius. We’ll visit the tombs of the Apostles Philip and James the Lesser. Plus we’ll stop by the site of a Marian Apparition. This tour will also go by the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, and Piazza Navona.