Join one of our pilgrimages in Spain or Italy!
Pilgrimage is a transformative experience, filled with life-long memories, spiritual renewal, and adventure. A portion of the cost of each pilgrim’s trip also supports the work of Catholic Charities of California providing crucial services to Californians in need — a win, win, win!
7-Day Walking Pilgrimage: Via Francigena to Rome
June 3-9, 2018
Sept 14-20, 2018
Sept 9-15, 2019
7-Day Walking Pilgrimage: Camino de Santiago
May 24-30, 2018 (full)
June 18-24, 2018
Sept 4-10, 2018 (full)
May 20-26, 2019
Sept 1-7, 2019
9-Day Walking Pilgrimage: Camino de Santiago
(Note: same as 7 day walking pilgrimage with fewer miles each day)
Aug 24-Sept 1, 2018
Sept 12-20, 2018 (full)
May 10-18, 2019
June 1-9, 2019 (full)
Highlights of our Pilgrimages
- All arrangements made by CCC (except for flights)
- Part of your trip cost will be tax deductible
- Hosted dinners on the first and last nights of the trip
- Quality accommodations with private bathroom
- Luggage transferred daily
- Walk at your own pace
- Meet other pilgrims from around the world
- Representatives from CCC will be on the pilgrimages to provide extra assistance if needed
- Receive Camino and/or Via Francigena passports and official credentials from pilgrim offices
2018 – 7-Day Walking Pilgrimage
- $1,800 Double Occupancy
- $2,000 Single Occupancy
- Deposit is $300
2018 – 9-Day Walking Pilgrimage Cost
- $2,100 Double Occupancy
- $2,300 Single Occupancy
- Deposit is $300
Pilgrimage Inquiry – Brochures & Itineraries
Pilgrimage Informational Meetings
Dates for upcoming Informational Meetings will be available soon.
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