Tag: Tourism

The Symbolism of the Lion of St. Mark

Hi everyone! This week, I went to Venice and took a day trip to Chianti for wine-tasting. The views of both places, but especially Venice, were stunning. Although I say this in almost every post, I am incredibly grateful to be able to see these kinds of places. While in […]

Spring Break Adventures and Theological Ponderings

Hello everyone! Over spring break, I went on two amazing trips: first, to Interlaken, Switzerland then to Budapest, Vienna, and Salzburg. I also went on a day-trip to briefly visit Siena, Chianti, San Gimignano, and Monteriggioni. Overall, I would have to say Interlaken was my favorite trip, with Salzburg coming […]

Religious Reflections in Rome

This week, I had the pleasure of going on a weekend-long excursion to Rome. While in Rome, I was able to visit incredible sights, which include the following: St. Peter’s Basilica, St. John’s Lateran Basilica, the Catacombs of St. Callixtus, the Roman Colosseum, the Roman Forums, and the Vatican Museum! […]

Religious Reflections on #TourismTuesdays

Hello! This week I had a really fun time at different places including visiting the Duomo Museum Baptistry, Santa Croce Church, St. Francis of Assisi’s Monastery, and the Dante Museum. This post will primarily focus on some religious reflections from my visit to the Duomo’s Baptistry. As you can see […]

My First Study Abroad Trip!

Hi! My name is Brayden, and I am currently a freshman. I have two majors: theology and psychology. I chose these majors because I think it’s important and really interesting to consider psychology through the lens of Catholic teaching. Moreover, I have lived in Annapolis, MD my whole life. For […]