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Journeys for the Body, Mind, and Soul

Religious pilgrimage is one of the oldest forms of organized travel. At Scholarly Sojourns we are able to bring a new perspective to this ancient ritual by combining an educational and spiritual journey into one unique experience. Spiritual Sojourns allow religious groups to travel and learn under the guidance of both a noted scholar and a trusted spiritual leader. This combination allows for unique insight into any subject of spiritual significance.

Spiritual Sojourns can be designed for your religious group of eight or more participants around a topic of your choice. And because we maintain relationships with hundreds of esteemed scholars across the country, we are certain to identify the right individual to bring depth to your particular pilgrimage. Spiritual Sojourns can be customized to meet your group’s specific needs and always include the following:

  • Free travel for your spiritual leader with 12 or more participants.
  • The ability to customize the ratio of free time to group activities.

Some popular Spiritual Sojourns have been designed to visit the sites of miracles and to offer participants the opportunity to walk the exact route of an ancient pilgrimage. We can also design activities and content for a wide variety of ages and physical abilities.

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Spiritual Sojourn Suggestions

Scholarly Sojourns can design tours to meet the spiritual interests of your religious group. Some suggested sojourns are:

  • Sites of Miracles: Lourdes, Fatima, and Medjugorje
  • The Life and Works of St. Francis of Assisi in Italy
  • The Way: A Journey Along El Camino de Santiago
  • Saint Paul’s Journey through Greece and Turkey

Begin designing your spiritual sojourn by clicking the link at left.

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