The National Centre for Padre Pio

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From Philadelphia: Take the Schuykill Expressway (Rt. 76) west to Rt. 422 west. Follow Rt. 422 west to Rt. 100, exiting north towards Allentown. Proceed north on Rt. 100. At approximately 3 1/2 miles past the Gilbertsville/Boyertown exit make a left on to Barto Road.
Landmarks: Shell gas station will be on the left, Wendy's Flowers on right where Barto Rd. meets Rt. 100. Entrance to the Chapel and Spirituality Centre is a right turn off Barto Rd., approximately 300 feet from Rt. 100.

From Southern New Jersey: Cross the Ben Franklin or Walt Whitman Bridge to the Schuykill Expressway and proceed as above.

From Blue Route (476): Exit Rt. 476 west to Rt. 202 south. Immediately exit Rt. 202 south to Rt. 422 west and proceed as above.

From Baltimore & Washington: Take Rt. 83 north to Rt. 30 east to Rt. 100 north. Or, take 195 north to Rt. 202 north to Rt. 100 north. Proceed as above.

From VA & MD: Take 195 north, same as above.

From New York: Take the NJ Turnpike to the PA turnpike to the Northeast extension Exit 56 Allentown. Go straight through tollgate to Rt. 22 west about 3 to 4 miles to Rt. 100 south. Continue on Rt. 100 south through the small towns of Hereford and Bally. Note Longacres Dairy Bar on right just south of Bally; Barto Road is a right turn approximately 3/4 miles past the Dairy.
Landmarks: Shell gas station will be on right, Wendy's Flower's on left where Barto Rd. meets Rt. 100.

From New York & Northern New Jersey: Take Rt. 78 west into Pennsylvania. Exit at Cedar Crest Blvd. to Rt. 29 south to Rt. 100 south (Rts. 29 & 100 run together for approximately 5 miles). Continue on Rt. 100 and proceed as above.

From Long Island: Take Rt. 495 west to New Jersey. Then take Rt. 78 west and proceed as above.

From Quakertown: Take Rt. 633 west to Rt. 29 north to Rt. 100 south. Continue south on Rt. 100 and proceed as above.

National Centre for Padre Pio

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Barto, PA 19504 USA

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