- Camino de Levante
- Camino del Norte
- Camino Francés
- Camino from Mont. St. Michel
- Camino Mozarabe
- Camino Portuguese
- Camino Portuguese by the Coast from near Oporto airport.
- Camino Sanabrés
- Pilgrimage and Prayer
- Pilgrimage to Assisi
- Pilgrimage to Iona from Loyola.
- Ruta de La Lana
- Short walks
- The Camino de Santiago
- The Raft of Corks.
- Via de La Plata
Monthly Archives: December 2013
Naïvety for the Nativity. How much Christology, how much Ecclesiology and how much Sacramental Theology did Mary have as she brought Jesus into this world? This Christmas I want to be simple and naïve. This child is born and the … Continue reading
Iona Community Prayers on the Camino 3. Peace The Iona Community is a dispersed Christian ecumenical community working for peace and social justice, rebuilding of community and the renewal of worship. “Gathered and scattered” is how it sees its members and friends, … Continue reading
Camino moments: Qunitanarraya to Santo Domingo de Silos. The revival of the Camino de Santiago at the end of the 20th Century has meant that pilgrims today are much less likely to be considered loonies than they were 30 or … Continue reading
Rio Tera, a valley of peace on the Camino Sanabrés On the Camino Sanabrés before entering Galicia, through a labyrinth of mountains, the camino passes through the valley of the Rio Tera and alongside the Embalse de Cernadilla, which has … Continue reading
A Pilgrimage of Reconciliation Divorce What happens to our humanity when a family breaks up, when parents who are no longer able to live together, divorce? What pain is lurking in the hearts of the children? They suffer an agonising … Continue reading