June 9 - 22, 2019
Walk the Camino de Santiago with Quo Vadis!
Along the way, visit the site where St. James preached, rest your feet in the warm waters of Caldas de Reis, and pray in the Sanctuary of the Apparitions where Our Lady and the Child Jesus appeared to Sister Lúcia.
Join us for daily Mass, periods of silence, Liturgy of the Hours, talks from Fr. Emmett and the sisters with topics of your choice, and the opportunity to form a unique community by praying together and sharing both the joys (delicious dinners, visiting beautiful churches and historic sites) and sufferings (blisters, daily sandwiches for lunch, sleeping in bunk beds) along the way.
Fr. Emmett Hall of the Diocese of Dallas and Sister Maria Jose and Sister Sarah Rose from the Servants of the Pierced Hearts will be joining us on this pilgrimage.
Learn more about the pilgrimage
Listen to Brittany from Quo Vadis and radio host Dave Palmer talk about the Camino and the pigrimage on 910 AM KATH!
June 9-22, 2019
Portugal and Spain
Fly In and Out of Porto (Portugal) International Airport (OPO)
- Regular Price: $1550
- Group of 2: $1450/person
- Group of 3: $1350/person
- Group of 4: $1250/person
Payment due March 31, 2019. Non-refundable after March 31
Non-refundable deposit of $150 due at registration.
Airfare is not included (What's included and what's not)
About the Camino
Over 1000 years ago, the Camino de Santiago began as a pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, the burial place of the apostle St. James the Great, patron saint of Spain. Along with Rome and the Holy Land, it was one of Christendom’s greatest pilgrimage destinations during the Middle Ages. Pilgrims made the long, arduous, and, at times, dangerous journey to Santiago de Compostela as a way to deepen their spiritual lives.
The Camino de Santiago takes many different routes; Quo Vadis has chosen the Portuguese Way for the opportunity to visit Our Lady of Fatima. After two nights in Fatima, we will begin the Camino de Santiago in Valença, Portugal. As our pilgrim predecessors did, we will walk 120 km to arrive at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.
Fr. Emmett Hall
Fr. Emmett Hall grew up in North Texas, and is a priest of the Diocese of Dallas. After attending the University of Dallas, he earned degrees in theology and canon law in Rome, where he also found occasion to travel around Europe a bit. Ordained in 2016, he is currently assigned as Parochial Vicar of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish in Oak Cliff.
Servants of the Pierced Heart of Jesus and Mary
The Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary is a religious institute of diocesan right, founded by Mother Adela Galindo, in the Archdiocese of Miami. Their spiritual charism is to be a living image and presence of the heart, person and mission of Mary in the heart of the Church. The sisters desire to be an offering of love and consolation to the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary by choosing in all things the perfection of love. Their apostolic charism is to be ardent witnesses of the power and fecundity of love and the splendor of the magisterium of the Church so as to build a new civilization of love, truth and life in the heart of the Church and the world.
Their apostolates include diocesan ministry, parish missions and retreats, education and direction of catechesis, administration of retreat centers, Eucharistic cenacles, campus ministry, pastoral assistance to clergy, and Hispanic ministry. Learn more about the sisters at piercedhearts.org.