Category Archives: Camino de Levante

The plains of La Mancha – Windmills of my mind. Camino de Santiago de Levante through Albacete.

The plains of La Mancha – Taming the Windmills of my mind.  I was surprised to find myself still walking after my visit to the doctor in Almansa.  He was very doubtful about the outcome of his work on my … Continue reading

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A Pilgrimage of Reconciliation

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

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Prayer: Camino de Levante: through Xativa to Almansa

Prayer:  “Pray all the time” The Way to Almansa   My first post on the Camino de Levante told of how, on the second day of this Camino from Valencia to Santiago de Compostella I became aware of the presence of … Continue reading

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Camino de Levante – Oranges and a word from Theresa of Lisieux.

Camino de Levante:  Setting out from Valencia Oranges and a word from Theresa of Lisieux. On 8th Feb. 2011, I arrived by slow train in Valencia and headed south on the Camino de Levante to Santiago de Compostella.  This was … Continue reading

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