- 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
Tag Archives: France
Is this the most enchanting place to start the Camino? Continue reading
Wanting to help others. Picking up and falling down. The Iona Pilgrimage Every Tuesday on the little Scottish island of Iona a group of visitors set off on a pilgrimage around the island. This year on my visit to Iona … Continue reading
Captured by a monk. Three monasteries: 1.The convent of the Poor Claire’s, Alençon. In June 2011 my pilgrimage from Loyola to Iona took me through Le Perche, a forested region of Lower Normandy where I had lived for 10 years before … Continue reading
Miracles. Two Days on the Camino Francés (2) Flying to O Cebreiro. When your heart is in silence and sinks into God it sings. This is a story which is short and simple but gives a flavour of the sort … Continue reading
Railway lines on the Caminos. They seem to go off into infinity. My Caminos often begin by a train journey, sometimes in the middle of the night. I don’t know why I like railway lines. I like the old ones. … Continue reading
I live with Angels. Angels have not been central to my faith, always seeming to me flights of fancy. However, as I begin to grow in my understanding of the range of ways in which people find symbols, narratives, music … Continue reading