In honor of its 100 Year Anniversary, Milwaukee Catholic Home is planning a trip to Italy, open to residents and friends of the organization as well as members of the broader Catholic community. The trip will take place from April 19-29, 2015.
Fr. Tim Kitzke, pastor of Three Holy Women, Old St. Mary, Sts. Peter and Paul and Our Lady of Divine Providence parishes, will be the chaplain on the trip and will offer Mass each day.
The trip will include stops in Rome, Assisi, Venice, Spello, Laverna and Ravenna. Some of the trip’s highlights include St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, participation in a public Papal Audience with His Holiness Pope Francis, the Basilicas of St. Francis and St. Clare, the church of San Damiano, St. Mark’s Square, and numerous other sites of historic and spiritual interest. The trip will also allow ample time for independent sightseeing and enjoying Italy’s culinary and cultural riches.
The cost per individual for the trip is $3,499 plus $699*, which includes airfare, accommodations, and several meals.
Milwaukee Catholic Home is excited to share this unique experience with the many friends and supporters who have shared its mission of compassionate care for older adults since 1913.
For more information, click the link below to view the brochure, or contact Anne Catalane at (414) 220-3250 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Estimated Airline Taxes and Fuel Surcharges subject to increase/decrease at 30 days prior.