It is a 13 Days program featuring Milan, Padua, Venice, Assisi, Rome, Lourdes, Salamanca, Fatima and Lisbon.
* Child above 11 years is considered as an Adult.
Duomo Cathedral of Milan - A 357 feet high church with 3600 statues of different dimensions, the Cathedral had been built from 1386.
Montichiari - where we will celebrate Mass. It was in the spring of 1947 that the Blessed Mother started appearing to nurse Pierina Gilli. She introduced herself as the "Mystical Rose" and requested that an hour of grace should be kept at noon on December 8 in all the Catholic Churches in the world. Pierina noticed that the Blessed Mother's heart was pierced by three swords: the first sword meaning the unworthy celebration of Holy Mass and Communion unworthily received; the second sword meaning being unfaithful to, and giving up, the vocation as a priest or a religious; and the third sword meaning betrayal of the faith. She appeared eleven times and asked for prayer, sacrifice and penance, and that the 13th day of each month be celebrated as a Marian Day, and that July 13 be celebrated each year in honor of the "Rosa Mystica".
Basilica of St. Anthony in Padua - The original St. Anthony of Padua Church was built in 1725 by the local Italian community of Istanbul, but was later demolished and replaced with the current building, which was built on the same location. The current St. Anthony of Padua was built between 1906 and 1912 in the Venetian Neo-Gothic style.
Assisi - The land of St. Francis and St. Clare.
Basilica of St. Francis - The Lower and Upper Basilicas are filled with world famous frescoes that depict the lives of Jesus and St. Francis, as well as other saints.
Sistine Chapel - a pure source of inspiration for art lovers. It is also famous for its architecture and the paintings of Michelangelo and Bernini.
Scala Sancta (Holy Stairs) - Located across the street where you may climb the same steps on which Our Lord climbed on the way to see Pontius Pilate.
Santa Croce in Gerusalemme (Holy Cross of Jerusalem) - where incredible relics can be found (fragments of the Holy Cross, one Nail, part of the inscription INRI, two thorns from the Crown of Thorns, fragments of the pillar of the scourging and of the rock of the Holy Sepulcher).
Santa Maria Maggiore - another Papal church that has a beautiful 5th century Biblical mosaics. The marble floor, bell tower, and mosaics on the triumphal arch and in the loggia are medieval. The spectacular ceiling decorated with gold that Columbus brought back from the new world.
Saint Paul Outside the Walls - two kilometres from the San Paolo Gate along Ostiense. It also holds many art treasures and relics including the chains believed that this have been used on Paul when he was under arrest.
Lourdes - The famous Catholic pilgrimage center, located in the South West of France at the foot of the Pyrenees Mountains, where The Virgin Mary appeared to a 14-year-old girl, Bernadette. Lourdes today welcomes more than 5 million visitors annually from 150 countries.
Our Lady of Fatima church - The Blessed Virgin Mary appeared six times to three shepherd children near the town of Fatima between 13 May and 13 October 1917. The Blessed Virgin Mary is also referred as Our Lady of the Rosary / Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima.
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