Pilgrims of Hope: 2025 Jubilee Year

Guided Pilgrimage and Catholic Tour Experiences in the Jubilee Year 2025

We are thrilled to introduce you to the upcoming Jubilee Year of 2025, an extraordinary event you can’t afford to miss. Get ready for a unique experience filled with spirituality and discoveries in a sacred destination.

This Holy Year will be a special moment for travelers and pilgrims from around the world. As experts in the travel industry, we want to provide you with the opportunity to be part of this unique celebration. 

Our travel packages are designed to offer you an unforgettable experience during this sacred period.

Pope Francis

What is a Jubilee?

The Jubilee is a special year of grace that has its origins in the Jewish tradition.

In the Catholic Church, it is a year of the remission of sins, conversion, and sacramental penance. It’s a year of pilgrimages, of a focus on the spiritual life, of confession and special Masses, and of a general turn towards God in thanksgiving, and in repentance.

Initially scheduled every 50 years, nowadays it occurs every 25 years. The Jubilee (or Holy Year) is called Ordinary (or Major) when tied to predetermined deadlines and Extraordinary (or Minor) when proclaimed for some particularly significant event.

Archbishop Rino Fischella, president of the Pontifical Council for the New Evangelization, said that the “Jubilee Year,” which begins in three years, will have as its theme the phrase “Pilgrims of Hope.”

Why is 2025 a Holy Year?

The next Jubilee will be in 2025! This is going to be an ordinary Holy Year, following the previous one that happened in 2000, during the pontificate of Pope St. John Paul II.

Download our PDF guide to the ordinary Holy Year occurring in 2025!

Learn more about the activities, itineraries, and experiences the Jubilee offers to pilgrims from all over the world!

Activities and Experiences for the Jubilee Year 2025

Pilgrimages: One of the central activities during a Jubilee is embarking on a pilgrimage to a holy city, typically Rome for Catholics.

Holy Doors: The Holy Doors are special entrances to designated churches that are opened exclusively during Jubilee years.

Papal Audiences: If the Jubilee takes place in Rome, participants may have the opportunity to attend a papal audience or receive the Pope’s blessing.

Masses and Liturgical Celebrations: Special masses and liturgical ceremonies are held during the Jubilee.


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