It’s time to add another stamp to your spiritual passport! Come along with Mary Jane Fox and her guest, Ester Scoditti (licensed professional guide in Rome) to St. Peter’s Basilica! This holy site is the most iconic landmark for pilgrims visiting Rome.
During our journey, you will hear about:
- Why is it called “St. Peter’s”?
- St. Peter’s Tomb Chapel, Pieta, John Paul II’s tomb, Main Altar Area.
- What can pilgrims experience here?
- 2025 Jubilee Year, “Pilgrims of hope.”
- Much More!
Click here for Vatican News about Jubilee Year 2025.
Listen to this program now:
Jewel for the Journey
Hope to the end! (1 Peter 1:13)
Ester is an archaeologist who has worked on projects in Italy, France and England. She graduated in Classics and Archaeology at Rome’s Sapienza’s University, where she continued in post graduate studies in medieval archaeology. With academic publications in Italy, Britain and the U.S.A., she has taught for John Cabot and Torvergata Universities in Rome. Ester Scoditti has been a tour guide there since appointed to the task by the Archaeological Superintendence of Rome in 1979, and she has written well known guidebooks on the Roman Forum, St Peter’s and the Vatican’s Extraordinary Jubilee. Ester is beloved by her colleagues for her unfailing kindness and her extraordinary generosity in sharing her otherworldly knowledge of the ins and outs of the Byzantine tour regulations in Rome!
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