On April 17, pilgrims from Trinity left for Greece and Rome to follow in the footsteps of the Apostle Paul. Follow along to see what they see on their journey. Retrace their steps on Days 2-3 here.
Day 4: April 20
The pilgrims visit Thessaloniki, Berea (Veria), and Meteora.
Berea in Greece—where St. Paul preached the Word as told in the Book of Acts, chapter 17
Pastoral scene: the road to Meteora, reminiscent of Biblical times
Kalambaca (formerly Neapolis) is where Paul landed and then walked the Egnatian Way (named for a Roman general) pictured here in the foreground.
Imagine St. Paul walking this treacherous terrain on his missionary journey. Pictured, 13th century Byzantine monastery in Meteora, stone forest
The rock cliff monasteries at Meteora, Greece
Orthodox Church at the Convent of St. Stephen in Meteora
Garden of the monastery of St. Stephen Meteora, Greece
The pilgrim route in Greece
Continue on the journey with the pilgrims on Day 5.