Travels

2004

• Loreto (Italy)

• Lourdes (France)

• Bern (Switzerland)

 

2003

• Pompei (Italy)

• Slovakia

• Bosnia and Herzegovina

• Croatia

• Spain

 

2002

• Poland

• Toronto, Ciudad de Guatemala and Ciudad de México

• Azerbaijan, Bulgaria

• Ischia

 

2001

• Kazakhstan, Armenia

• Ukraine

• Jubilee Pilgrimage "in the footsteps of Saint Paul the Apostle": Greece, Syria, Malta

 

2000

• Fatima

• Jubilee Pilgrimage to the Holy Land

• Jubilee Pilgrimage to Mount Sinai

 

1999

• New Delhi - Georgia

• Slovenia

• Poland

• Ancona

• Romania

• Mexico - St. Louis

 

1998

• Croatia

• Chiavari and Brescia

• Austria

• Vercelli and Turin

• Nigeria

• Cuba

 

1997

• II World Meeting for Families - Rio de Janeiro

• XXIII Italian National Eucharistic Congress, Bologna

• Paris - XII World Youth Day

• Poland

• Lebanon

• Sarajevo

• Czech Republic

 

1996

• France

• Hungary

• Germany

• Slovenia

• Como (Italy)

• Tunisia

• Archdiocese of Siena-Colle Val d'Elsa-Montalcino (Italy)

• Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Venezuela

 

1995

• Palermo (Italy)

• United States of America

• Cameroon, South Africa and Kenya

• Loreto (Italy)

• Slovakia

• Belgium

• Czech Republic and Poland

• Trent (Italy)

• Molise (Italy)

• Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Australia and Sri Lanka

 

1994

• Loreto (Italy)

• Catania and Syracuse (Italy)

• Lecce (Italy)

• Zagreb (Croatia)

 

1993

• Asti (Italy)

• La Verna and Camaldoli (Italy)

• Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia

• Jamaica, Mexico and Denver (Colorado)

• Macerata, Foligno and the Gran Sasso massif (Italy)

• Spain

• Cortona and Arezzo (Italy)

• Sicily (Italy)

• Albania

• Sabina-Poggio Mirteto (Italy)

• Benin, Uganda and Khartoum (Sudan)

• Assisi (Italy)

 

1992

• Santo Domingo

• Lombardy (Italy)

• Angola, São Tomé and Príncipe

• Nola, Caserta and Capua (Italy)

• Friuli-Venezia Giulia (Italy)

• Sorrento-Castellammare di Stabia (Italy)

• Senegal, The Gambia and Guinea

 

1991

• Brazil

• Latina - Italy

• Vicenza - Italy

• Poland and Hungary

• Mantua - Italy

• Poland

• Portugal

• Basilicata - Italy

• Camerino - S. Severino and Fabriano - Matelica (Italy)

 

1990

• Campania - Italy

• Genoa - Italy

• Ferrara-Comacchio - Italy

• Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda and Ivory Coast

• Benevento - Italy

• Orvieto - Italy

• Malta

• Mexico and Curaçao

• Czech and Slovak Federative Republic

• Ivrea - Italy

• Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mali, Burkina Faso and Chad

 

1989

• Taranto (Italy)

• Far East and Mauritius

• Pisa, Volterra and Lucca (Italy)

• Santiago de Compostela and Asturias, Spain

• Gaeta (Italy)

• Norway, Iceland, Finland, Denmark and Sweden

• Grosseto (Italy)

• Madagascar, La Réunion, Zambia and Malawi

 

1988

• Fermo and Porto San Giorgio (Italy)

• France

• Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland and Mozambique

• Turin (Italy)

• Northern Italy

• Austria

• South Italy

• Emilia Romagna (Italy)

• Latin America

• Civita Castellana (Italy)

• Verona (Italy)

 

1987

• United States of America and Canada

• Diocese of Belluno-Feltre (Italy)

• Poland

• Apulia (Italy)

• Germany

• Uruguay, Chile and Argentina

• Civitavecchia (Italy)

 

1986

• India

• Prato

• Romagna

• Colombia

• Valle d'Aosta

• Fiesole and Florence

• Perugia and Assisi

• France

• Bangladesh, Singapore, Fiji Islands, New Zealand, Australia and Seychelles

 

1985

• Sardinia

• Genoa

• Liechtenstein

• Africa

• Abruzzo (Italy)

• Veneto (Italy)

• Salerno (Italy)

• Netherlands

• Loreto

• Fucino and Avezzano (Italy)

• Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Trinidad-Tobago

 

1984 

• Alatri

• Calabria

• Canada

• Fano

• Lombardy and Piedmont

• Viterbo (Italy)

• Korea, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Thailand

• Saragozza, Santo Domingo, Porto-Rico

• Switzerland

• Bari and Bitonto (Italy)

 

1983

• Vienna (Austria)

• Palestrina (Rome - Italy)

• Lourdes

• Poland

• Lombardy (Italy)

• Chieti (Italy)

• Central America and Caribbean

• Rieti and Greccio (Italy)

 

1982

• Palermo

• Spain

• Brescia

• Albano

• Padua

• Fonte Avellana

• San Marino and Rimini

• Geneva

• Argentina

• Great Britain

• Portugal

• Bologna and Emilia Romagna

• Livorno

• Assisi (Italy)

• Nigeria, Benin, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea

 

1981

• Collevalenza, Todi and Orvieto

• Bergamo (Italy)

• Terni (Italy)

• Pakistan, Philippines I, Guam, Japan, Anchorage

 

1980

• Federal Republic of Germany

• Potenza

• Otranto

• Subiaco

• Cassino

• Siena

• Velletri and Frascati

• L'Aquila

• Brazil

• Africa

• Paris and Lisieux

• Turin

• Valnerina and Norcia (Italy)

 

1979

• Turkey

• Pompei and Naples

• United States of America

• Ireland

• Loreto and Ancona

• Veneto, Italy

• Poland

• Dominican Republic, Mexico and Bahamas

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