Experience the sacred sites of the Holy Land through the eyes of Ignatius and his fellow sixteenth-century pilgrims with Josef Briffa’s fascinating guide.
Jesuit priest and archaeologist Josef Briffa is your knowledgeable guide on this profound physical and spiritual journey, marking 500 years since the Ignatian pilgrimage to Jerusalem. This momentous anniversary offers an opportunity for new insight and understanding of this journey, which the author presents with absorbing detail.
With this project, Briffa sets out to aid the pilgrim by providing detailed itineraries and maps for each leg of the Holy Land pilgrimage, with insights into Ignatius’ movements and experiences as he made his way to Jerusalem biblical perspectives and input from Ignatius’ own writings.
This comprehensive and beautifully photographed guide is perfectly suited both to delving into the Ignatian journey from the comfort of your own home, or bringing along as a companion on your own pilgrimage.
Ignatius in the Holy Land is essential reading for anyone who is planning a pilgrimage of their own and keen to follow in the footsteps of Ignatius, or anyone who simply finds themselves curious about Ignatius’ life and journey; a worthy source for both present and future pilgrims and followers of Ignatius.