Climb On! Verso Ministries Celebrates a Return to Pilgrimage

Book ANY pilgrimage before July 31, 2021, and get $400 off per person when you enter promo code “ClimbOn” at checkout. It’s our way of saying “thank you!”

Our motto is “Verso L’Alto,” which means “to the heights!” Inspired by the mountaineer and humble servant Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassatti, we’ve been on an ascent towards Christ as we lead pilgrimages all over the world. When the global pandemic set in, we were forced to ground all pilgrimages. But now, as the world reopens, we can finally say “Climb on!” – the same phrase shouted in rock climbing for partners to continue their climb upward to Catholic pilgrims everywhere.

This fall we will officially resume pilgrimages to Europe and the Holy Land. Finally, pilgrims can experience the sacred places where God has done amazing things throughout history, and dive into the rich, fascinating cultures of these countries. 

Equally exciting is this amazing limited-time offer. Book ANY pilgrimage before July 31, 2021, and get $400 off per person when you enter promo code “ClimbOn” at checkout. That’s on top of the Early Bird and Pay Balance by Check savings. It’s our way of saying “thank you” for trusting Verso as you return to international travel. 

Ready to Climb On? Join us on one of our upcoming departures. We can’t wait to continue our ascent to what God is calling us towards.

Verso L’Alto!


*The promo code “ClimbOn” is eligible for any new bookings made on or between the dates of July 7- 31, 2021, and travel must depart before December 31, 2022. This promotion offers $400 per person off  land-only core packages priced at $3000 per person or above. It does not apply to pre-stay or post-stay accommodations, airfare, extension packages, optional activities, private transfers, single room supplement, travel insurance, or anything else not explicitly mentioned. Promotion ends at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on July 31, 2021.
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