"The pilgrim’s mindset is the key to becoming more adventurous."
"To really feel the whole aspect of everything Jesus did — feel where he was, feel how he lived, and feel the sufferings and the joys. It was all so overwhelming.”
Verso Ministries went on a local pilgrimage to Notre Dame in the Summer of 2020. Join us on this special journey.
"Pilgrim" means a lot of different things to lots of people. If you're wondering what we mean when we say "pilgrim," read on. You might be surprised by what you find.
You don't have to visit a far-off holy space in order to hear God’s voice or to feel his presence. Discover several ways to experience God's presence through a pilgrimage at home.
Meditate on why you decided to take this leap of faith and and what you are hoping to get from this pilgrimage.
The suffering that we may encounter on pilgrimage is emotional. It is physical. It is spiritual. Since suffering (or sacrifice of some kind) will be present on pilgrimage, just as it is in the pilgrimage of life, how do we cope with whatever we encounter on our pilgrimage? How do we approach those challenges prayerfully and with grace?
"It was a simple reminder that we need not wait to visit Jesus more often."
John Paul reflects on his walking pilgrimage in Rome on Holy Thursday and what that experience meant to him.
Guest contributor, Timothy Hankins, leads us through a reflection on Lent, Reconciliation, and starting over.
Try these simple recipes from the Holy Land for a meat-free Friday this Lent.