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pilgrimages, plural;
  1. Go on a pilgrimage

  1. A pilgrim's journey

  2. A journey to a place associated with someone or something well known or respected
    • - making a pilgrimage to the famous racing circuit
  3. Life viewed as a journey
    • - life's pilgrimage

  1. a journey to a sacred place
  2. In religion and spirituality, a pilgrimage is a long journey or search of great moral significance. Sometimes, it is a journey to a shrine of importance to a person's beliefs and faith. Members of many major religions participate in pilgrimages. A person who makes such a journey is called a pilgrim.
  3. Pilgrimage is a 1933 drama film directed by John Ford.
  4. Pilgrimage is a 2001 documentary film by Werner Herzog. Accompanied only by music the film alternates between shots of pilgrims near the tomb of Saint Sergei in Sergiyev Posad, Russia and pilgrims at the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico. ...
  5. Fernão Mendes Pinto (Old Portuguese: Fernam Mendez Pinto) (Montemor-o-Velho, c. 1509 -- Almada, Pragal, 8 July 1583) was a Portuguese explorer and writer. ...
  6. Pilgrimage is a book by Savitri Devi. It is a personal account of her pilgrimage to various National Socialist "holy sites" in 1953.
  7. The most important places of pilgrimage in Buddhism are located in the Gangetic plains of Northern India and Southern Nepal, in the area between New Delhi and Rajgir. ...
  8. Pilgrimage was a demoparty which took place annually in Salt Lake City, Utah each summer between 2003 and 2006. The event was founded by Rich "Legalize" Thompson of the demoscene group Polygony. ...
  9. This article presents the discography of country music singer-songwriter, Larry Gatlin.
  10. Pilgrimage is the final studio album, released in 2007, by the late American jazz saxophonist Michael Brecker. In 2005, Brecker was diagnosed with myelogenous leukemia, and at the time of the recording, he was already gravely ill. ...
  11. Pilgrimage is the third studio album by the band Om. It is the band's first release for the Southern Lord label. It was recorded at Electrical Audio by Steve Albini.
  12. (pilgrims) those who travel to a shrine or holy place as devotees.
  13. (Pilgrims) A religious devotee who journeys to a shrine or sacred place; travellers. Often used to describe early New Zealand colonists coming as a member of one of the organised settlement associations e.g. the Canterbury Association.
  14. (Pilgrims) Members of a Puritan Separatist sect that left England in the early 1600s to settle in the Americas.
  15. (Pilgrims) Name given to the English Puritans who went to America in 1620
  16. (Pilgrims) New estate built on the site of the house Pilgrims, off Mill Lane
  17. (Pilgrims) The original group of puritan separatists that fled religious persecution in England and found refuge in what is now Massachusetts. ...
  18. (Pilgrims) the English settlers who sailed on the Mayflower to Massachusetts, landing in November of 1620 at Plymouth Rock.  The trip was organized by a group of Separatists who had left England for Holland.  (In England, their criticism of the Church of England landed some in jail. ...
  19. a journey to a holy place from motives of devotion, to obtain supernatural help, or as a form of penance
  20. A journey to a holy place for the purpose of worship or thanksgiving or doing penance; there were many local, regional and universal sites that drew pilgrims in the Middle Ages; among the greatest pilgrim destinations were the places connected with Jesus's life in the Holy Land, the city of Rome ...
  21. In the Bahá’í Faith, the term refers to a special visit to specific Bahá’í shrines or holy places. It usually means a planned, nine-day visit to Acre and Haifa, the principal purpose of which is to pray at the Shrine of Bahá’u’lláh and the Shrine of the Báb; thousands of Bahá’ís from all over ...
  22. An act of spiritual devotion or penance in which an individual travels without material comforts to a distant holy place. The journey often has spiritual overtones--it may symbolize a journey to the celestial city of heaven or repeat the journey of a saint or biblical hero. ...
  23. a journey undertaken for religious reasons or toward a religious shrine
  24. A journey to a shrine or other holy place to confirm faith in God.
  25. A journey to a holy place. For example, the Holy Land, Rome and Lourdes.