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Franciscan Pilgrimage

The Franciscan Pilgrimage brings together students of various faith traditions from Franciscan Institutions across the United States to reflect on and learn from the vision and values of Saints Francis and Clare of Assisi. The Pilgrimage includes time for reflection, study, conversation, leisure, relaxation and visits to sacred Franciscan places in Assisi and Rome.


Posted by: Student Pilgrims on 1/30/2012

So having a pretty sweet time in Italy! St. Peters is AMAZING took my breath away, managed to almost get kicked out of the Coliseum, Threw a coin into Trevi fountain and have eaten enough gelato to last the average person a month :-)

- Aileen


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    • May 14 2015, 11:11 AM Ich
    • Jack,I decided it was finally time to comment back on one of your blogs. I agree with saying to recommend the book to others. I really enjoyed reading Unlikely Disciple. I thought it was a great example of how to look at something we were learning about in class and put it into another context to help us understand it. After making it through midterms looking back at this, I feel like without this book I wouldn't have been able to understand the Turner Model near as much. I agree with you when talking about how Kevin's pilgrimage fit Turner's Model very well.

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