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Travel Program

  • Oberammergau Passion Play

    Oberammergau Passion Play, Bavaria, Germany

  • Last Supper

    Last Supper - Oberammergau Passion Play

  • Passion Play Theatre

    Passion Play Theatre

  • Jerusalem

    Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, Germany

  • Jerusalem

    Siegestor -Victory Gate, Munich

  • Jerusalem

    Lucerne, Switzerland: The most picturesque town on Earth

Oberammergau Passion Play

July 9-18, 2020

This pilgrimage has sold out – to be placed on a waiting list please contact of Most Blessed Sacrament Parish.

You are cordially invited to join the Diocesan Travel Program on the Pilgrimage to Central Europe and the 2020 Passion Play in Oberammergau, Germany with Reverend Monsignor Joseph Pemberton and Catholics from throughout the Diocese of Fort Worth.

On this faith-based tour through Central Europe, visit some of Central Europe’s most important cathedrals and pilgrimage sites, and witness some of its most striking scenery. Plus, enjoy first-class seats to Oberammergau’s Passion Play, performed every 10 years by Oberammergau residents as a thank you for saving the town from the Black Death. With beautiful alpine scenery as the backdrop, it is nothing short of spectacular!


Package includes tickets for the world-famous Oberammergau Passion Play and requires an immediate non-refundable deposit of $250 and an additional non-refundable deposit of $350 per person in June 2019.

  • Double Occupancy: $6,174 (land, group air, and airport transfers)
  • Land Only: $3,799 (Land only travelers must book their own airfare and arrange their own transfer from the airport to the first hotel and from the last hotel to the airport.)
  • Additional Cost: $94 (Prepaid gratuities for local tour guide and bus driver, subject to increase),
    $379 (Travel Protection, Optional but Highly Recommended)

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To secure your reservation in this limited space opportunity, please submit your $250 deposit and (optional) $379 travel insurance premium today.


Please enter 1-514868509 in the space for Reservation Number.

Oberammergau deposits are non-refundable however, the travel protection premium is refundable until June 15, 2019. After this date it becomes non-refundable.

Highlights of this Central Europe tour include visits to some of the region’s most significant churches and cathedrals. Visit the pilgrimage church in Wies, a Rococo masterpiece and UNESCO World Heritage Site dating to the 1740s set in a gorgeous alpine setting. In Trier, another UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the oldest cities north of the Alps, visit the High Cathedral of St. Peter. This UNESCO World Heritage Site dating to the 4th century is Germany’s oldest bishop’s church. In Aachen, visit Northern Europe’s oldest cathedral, dating to 803 AD. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the burial place of Charlemagne, the church used for the coronation of German kings and queens, and still a pilgrimage church. Visit the Benedictine Abbey of Einsiedeln, one of Switzerland’s most important pilgrimage sites and renowned for its black Madonna carved in the 15th century.

You’ll also witness stunning scenery on this Central Europe tour. Marvel at Rhine Falls, Europe’s biggest falls, and enjoy a cruise along the most scenic part of the Rhine River. Stop in the Black Forest with beautiful forests of thick pine trees.

This is just a sampling of the many highlights of this Catholic Central Europe with Oberammergau tour, that will include daily Mass with Monsignor Pemberton, four star hotel accommodations, full buffet breakfast daily; 1 lunch in Oberammergau; 7 three-course dinners with wine, including a welcome dinner in Munich and a farewell dinner in Frankfurt, a local tour guide, deluxe motorcoach with free wi-fi, a boat cruise and much more. If purchasing group air, the vacation includes round trip airfare from DFW International Airport.

Your Host:
Lisa Wangler

Your Spiritual Director:
Rev. Msgr. Joseph Pemberton

For additional information, please contact or at 817-945-9441.

Oberammergau Passion Play



Renée Underwood, CFRE
Chief Development Officer of the Advancement Foundation

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