Marian Pilgrimage - Sept. 26- Oct. 5
Lisbon (St. Anthony) Santarem (Eucharistic Miracle) · Avila (St. Teresa)
Burgos · Loyola (St. Ignatius) Lourdes (St. Bernadette)

Upon arrival in Avila, you will immediately notice the perfectly preserved eleventh-century walls that surround the old town. The conservation of the architecture in this city, to which St. Teresa was born, deems its shrines, convents and churches necessary to visit on any Catholic pilgrimage. During your visit, you will have the opportunity to visit: the Cathedral de Avila, whose artwork and architecture encompasses the Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance styles; la Basilica de San Vicente, which stands on the site of the martyrdom of St. Vincent; the Incarnation Convent, where St. Teresa became a nun and received advice from St. John of the Cross to reform the Carmelite order; el Convento de Santa Teresa, built upon the home of St. Teresa, contains the relics of both her and St. John of the Cross; el Convento de San Jose, the first monastery created by St. Teresa as a response to her own incessant question, 'What can I do for the church?'. 

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