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For the pictorial tour of the Companions of St. James Archdiocese of Cincinnati Pilgrimage to Italy (Part 1), Click Here

Piazza Del Duomo Siena Italy (Courtesy Photo)
Piazza Del Duomo Siena Italy (Courtesy Photo)

 

Mass in St. Dominic Siena Italy (Courtesy Photo)
Mass in St. Dominic Siena Italy (Courtesy Photo)

The Companions of St. James from the Archdiocese continued their Pilgrimage to Italy in this Year of Mercy in Siena. The Siena Basilica was consecrated in 1215 A.D. and completed in 1348 A.D. The architectural style is Italian Gothic, Romanesque, and Classical. The Pilgrims on the Companions of St. James in the Archdiocese continued their pilgrimage in The Year of Mercy in Italy.

From Left to right, Fr. Roush, Fr. Fahey, Archbishop Schnurr, Fr. Schmidt, and Fr. Kunst prepare for Mass at St. Dominic Basilica in Siena Italy (Courtesy Photo)in Siena Italy (Courtesy Photo)
From Left to right, Fr. Roush, Fr. Fahey, Archbishop Schnurr, Fr. Schmidt, and Fr. Kunst prepare for Mass at St. Dominic Basilica in Siena Italy (Courtesy Photo)
Pilgrims play stump the Priest on the bus to their next destination. (Courtesy Photo)
Pilgrims play stump the Priest on the bus to their next destination. (Courtesy Photo)
Fr. Timothy Fahey of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and Fr. Rich Kunst of the Diocese of Duluth converse before boarding to the next destination. (Courtesy Photo)
Fr. Timothy Fahey of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and Fr. Rich Kunst of the Diocese of Duluth converse before boarding to the next destination. (Courtesy Photo)
Companions of St. James Year of Mercy Pilgrimage in Italy (Courtesy Photo)
Companions of St. James Year of Mercy Pilgrimage in Italy (Courtesy Photo)
Where Modern and Ancient meet during pilgrimage in Italy (Courtesy Photo)
Where Modern and Ancient meet during pilgrimage in Italy (Courtesy Photo)
Street Art (Courtesy Photo)
Street Art (Courtesy Photo)
Companions of St. James celebrate Mass (Courtesy Photo)
Companions of St. James celebrate Mass (Courtesy Photo)
Archbishop Schnurr in the Sacristy (Courtesy Photo)
Archbishop Schnurr in the Sacristy (Courtesy Photo)
Siena Italy (Courtesy Photo)
Siena Italy (Courtesy Photo)
Beautiful Ceiling during pilgrimage (Courtesy Photo)
Beautiful Ceiling during pilgrimage (Courtesy Photo)
Pilgrims await the Scavi Tour at the Vatican. (Courtesy Photo)
Pilgrims await the Scavi Tour at the Vatican. (Courtesy Photo)

The Scavi Tour from the Vatican Website is where special visits to the necropolis underneath the Basilica, where the tomb of St. Peter is located, are only possible following special permission granted from time to time by the “Fabbrica di San Pietro”. Visits are organized according to the schedule set by the Excavations Office.

Companions of St. James arrive at the Vatican and show their credentials. (Courtesy Photo)
Companions of St. James arrive at the Vatican and show their credentials. (Courtesy Photo)
Church of Jesu Rpme, Italy (Courtesy Photo)
Church of Jesu Rpme, Italy (Courtesy Photo)
Swiss Guard Members check credentials of Companions of St. James. (Courtesy Photo)
Swiss Guard Members check credentials of Companions of St. James. (Courtesy Photo)

 

Companions of St. James pilgrims from The Archdiocese of Cincinnati continue their Italy Pilgrimage (courtesy Photo)
Companions of St. James pilgrims from The Archdiocese of Cincinnati continue their Italy Pilgrimage (courtesy Photo)
Vatican Museum (Courtesy Photo)
Vatican Museum (Courtesy Photo)
Vatican Museum (Courtesy Photo)
Vatican Museum (Courtesy Photo)
Vatican Museum (courtesy Photo)
Vatican Museum (courtesy Photo)
Vatican Museum (Courtesy Photo)
Vatican Museum (Courtesy Photo)
Vatican Museum (Courtesy Photo)
Vatican Museum (Courtesy Photo)
St. Peter in Chains Rome (Courtesy Photo)
St. Peter in Chains Rome (Courtesy Photo)

 

 

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