Dezember 2010

Dear Readers,

We are delighted to share this newsletter with you, just
in time for Christmas and right before we ring in 2011.

On this occasion we send you our warmest season's
greetings and best wishes for a happy New Year.
May it be a year of peace and joy, a year for you to live
an unforgettable pilgrimage experience in the Holy Land.

For information about the Christmas week mass schedule, visit the Christian information Center's website.

What could be more meaningful than celebrating the
birth of Jesus right where he was born. We invite you to
enrich your holiday with an uplifting spiritual experience
in the Holy Land. As the cradle of Christianity, the Holy
Land offers unique activities that reflect both the spirit
and essence of Christmas.

Trace the Life of the Blessed Virgin Mary
on Your Holy Land Pilgrimage

Pilgrimage to the Holy Land offers you the incredible opportunity to experience a spiritual journey of reaffirmation like none other. Trace the life of Mary, mother of Jesus, in the Biblical landscape in which she lived and was blessed.

For more click here >>>

Holiday of Holidays Festival

For the seventeenth year in a row the city of Haifa in the North
of Israel, hosts the Holiday of Holidays Festival.

The festival celebrates the holidays of Christmas, Hanukkah -
the Festival of Lights - and Eid al-Adha - Festival of Sacrifice -
testimony to the unique tolerance that is a hallmark of the mixed
city of Haifa. Jewish, Christians and Muslims share together the
joy of the holidays through the numerous activities organized
during each Friday and Saturday of the month of December.

If you are in Israel to celebrate Christmas, don't miss to visit
Haifa for the festival.

For more click here >>>

We look forward to welcoming you in the Holy Land
To arrange your own pilgrimage please click here