Kairos Pilgrimages has been established specifically to serve the needs of ORP pilgrims traveling from the USA and Canada.

Visiting sacred places can connect pilgrims with a source of help through which they may be able to experience a taste of real joy.

Learn how Kairos and ORP can bring you there.

Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi (ORP) is the Vatican’s pilgrimage organization. 
For 80 years ORP has been organizing pilgrimages to the most important spiritual destinations
 in the world and has helped thousands of pilgrims deepen their faith.







in Italy, France, the Holy Land and La Salette

In 2015 Father Flavio Gillio, Director, of the Shrine of La Salette in Attleboro, Massachusetts will lead three very special pilgrimages–courses–retreats: in Italy, France and The Holy Land, all combined with a retreat at La Salette in France.

They are meant to be a journey to deepen the experience of God’s unconditional love; a journey to explore and appreciate Scriptures’ transforming role for a lifetime of growth and service. Read more...

Pilgrimage to Rome, with Retreat in Assisi

Come share the Graces of the Saints & Martyrs of Rome

October 11-22, 2015

Father Leo Le Blanc of Worcester Diocese, Massachusetts  is excited to offer a real pilgrimage of the heart and soul as well as the mind and body.  Read more...


News and Events

Kairos in the Press

The Catholic TV Network

Television interview with Karios co-founder, Patrizia Brown speaking on "Grow your Faith with a Pilgrimage" on the Encounter show in May.

The Good Catholic Life, Boston

Kairos co-founder, Patrizia Brown, was interviewed in Boston on The  Good Catholic Life radio program.

ORP on pilgrimage to Iraq

Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi’s CEO and Vice-President Monsignor Liberio Andreatta led a pilgrimage to Iraq in the footsteps of Abraham in December.  Read more about this journey.


More podcasts and news...

A Kairos Project:

Our First Pilgrimage to the North American Shrines

Kairos, in cooperation with local providers, is happy to present an itinerary that  covers the most beautiful shrines between Boston and Quebec City.   Read more...

The perfect family doesn't exist, nor is there a perfect husband or a perfect wife, and let's not talk about the perfect mother-in-law! It's just us sinners. A healthy family life requires frequent use of three phrases: "May I? Thank you, and I'm sorry" and never, never, never end the day without making peace.

Pope Francis,

Meeting with engaged couples,
February 14, 2014

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