Brother Ronald Gallagher to walk the Camino de Santiago with the Bethlehem University Foundation
The Bethlehem University Foundation is excited to announce that Brother Ronald Gallagher, FSC, former Vice Chancellor (President) of Bethlehem University, will be joining Board Member and Patron of the Bethlehem University Foundation, Ghassan Salameh, on the final ten days of his pilgrimage walking the Camino de Santiago. They take this journey on behalf of those who cannot walk freely in their own land, and to draw attention to the inspiring commitment to learning that students and faculty in Bethlehem exhibit every day. By walking the Camino, they hope to raise awareness and funds on behalf of Bethlehem University.

Brother Ron served as Vice Chancellor of Bethlehem University from 1993 to 1997. He was the 28th president of Saint Mary’s College, from 2005 to 2013, and has previously served as secretary general of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in Rome. He currently serves as interim-president of Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory School in San Francisco.

Students and faculty from Bethlehem University, along with representatives from Bethlehem University Foundation including Sister Irene O'Neill, CSJ, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Foundation, will join Brother Ron and Ghassan Salameh on their journey as they walk the Camino de Santiago. Board members, students, and members from the international community are united by this inspirational cause. The Foundation invites you to join the Way to Bethlehem Campaign by walking the last ten days of the Camino de Santiago with Ghassan Salameh. A package tour as been arranged for those who are interested, the details of which can be found by clicking here .

The deadline for early registration is the 28th of February. Please contact Peter's Ways Tours as soon as possible to secure your participation.
About Bethlehem University:
Jointly founded by the Vatican and the De La Salle Christian Brothers, Bethlehem University annually enrolls more than 3,200 students in bachelor, master, and professional diploma programs. A Catholic co-educational institution, the University is the only Catholic/Christian university in the Holy Land. The University's mission is to provide quality higher education to the people of the Holy Land and to serve them in its role as a center for the advancement, sharing, and use of knowledge.

About Bethlehem University Foundation:
The Bethlehem University Foundation is the U.S. registered not-for-profit organization entrusted with the sole mission of supporting and promoting Bethlehem University. The Foundation is a means for United States citizens to make a tax deductible donation in support of Bethlehem University.

To learn more about the Foundation, visit   
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To learn about the Camino Campaign, visit