Ireland and Scotland
May 12-21, 2019
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Mr. William D. Yallaly, Chancellor in the Diocese of Madison would like to share a few messages about how we can continue to commemorate the life of Bishop Robert Morlino. Read his beautiful Christmas message.
It is with a heavy heart that we share the news of the passing of Bishop Robert Morlino, Bishop of Madison, WI. He was called home to Our Lord on November 24th, at approximately 9:15pm CST at the age of 71.
Bishop Morlino was a dear friend of the Napa Institute and a member of our Ecclesial Board of Directors. Just a few short weeks ago he joined us in Washington DC as a speaker at the Authentic Reform Conference, where he urged attendees not to give into the temptation to despair in these difficult times, for our hope is in the name of the Lord who made heaven and earth.
Dad was never one to turn down the chance to make a speech. He would want his funeral to be no exception. So here we give voice to dad, taken from his speech at the Napa Institute 2015 Conference. In it, he quoted the great poem, “What Will Matter”, by Michael Josephson.
Join the Napa Institute for an incredible experience in the land of Saints and Scholars! Biblical scholar Dr. Tim Gray will join us as the principal leader of our tour, giving us his insight on the Catholic history of Ireland and Scotland as we visit the holy and historical sites.
Together with biblical scholar Dr. Tim Gray, experience a trip of a lifetime through the Holy Land, beginning in Jerusalem and ending in Galilee.
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This spiritual reflection is from Advent 2018 Daily Reflections by Carmelite Sisters of the most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles. It references Luke 1:67-70.
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The culture of pilgrimage is rooted in religion. Faithful of many religions journey to locations around the world with spiritual significance and history. Traveling with a prayerful purpose heightens the mindfulness and meaning while exploring unfamiliar destinations and sights.