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Walking Toward Eternity Seminar

Location:
Diocese of Columbus, New Albany, OH

Date: 9/29-30/17

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Pilgrimage Updates!

January 2018 Annual Holy Land Pilgrimage:

Registration is open for January 11-25, 2018! Also available Post-tour to Petra. Click here for forms and more information

April 2018 "Faith of the Irish" Pilgrimage

Registration Now Open for April 21-30, 2018 with optional pre-tour and Discipleship Seminar with Jeff Cavins. Tour Hosts: Jeff & Emily Cavins and Fr. Matt Guckin.

May 2018 "Time of Decision" Holy Land Pilgrimage

Limited seats remain for May 14-24, 2018 pilgrimage with Fr. Mike Schmitz and Jeff Cavins. Click here for forms and more information.

Please view Cavins Tours photo gallery for a glimpse of some of our past pilgrimages.

Here is what a recent pilgrim had to say about our annual Holy Land pilgrimage!

 Thank you for a most wonderful, spiritual experience these past 2 weeks. The pilgrimage surpassed any expectations I had. Your teachings, Jeff, were so meaningful at each site. You are able to pull together all the history, the spirituality, the geography of the area, the archeological aspects, etc. so well to make the whole story make sense. You have challenged us to grow spiritually not only with questions to ask ourselves, but ways to ponder those question in our lives, and the wonderful "weapons" we have to tackle them, grow from them, and make necessary changes in our lives so that we may be better disciples of the Lord and spread the Good News to others. Certainly my times in adoration, and daily prayer will be enriched because of this Holy Land experience. ~~ Barb K

Please feel free to contact us at Cavins Tours phone number --763-420-1074.

 

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Thursday
Jun092016

When You Suffer

We learned this week that Jeff's newest book, "When You Suffer: Biblical Keys to Hope and Understanding" won an award through the CPA Book Awards. It won second place in the Scripture category! We have heard from many people how this book has helped them make sense of their suffering. If one can attach meaning to ones suffering, he or she can go through anything. Jeff's book explains this concept in a clear and understandable way. If you or someone you know is struggling with physical or emotional suffering, this may help answer many questions. We pray that you will be able to unite your suffering to Christ.

You can purchase a copy at www.catholicbiblegear.com

 

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