‘Hooked on the Camino’ — that’s how one bishop described his fifth pilgrimage on the ancient way of St. James. Recently, three U.S. bishops traveled the Camino de Santiago together for two and half weeks. They shared their pilgrimage experience with the National Catholic Register’s Senior Editor Jonathan Liedl.
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Archbishop Paul Coakley and Bishops James Conley and James Wall share highlights from their recent experience on El Camino de Santiago in Spain — the fifth time for two of them — and their recommendations for pilgrimages closer to home.
The pilgrimage reliquary contains the relics of St. Columba, St. Andrew, and St. Margaret of Scotland, the country’s patron saints.
A 29-year-old woman from Spain is journeying on a walking pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
The Holy Land is the perfect place to prepare to meet Christ in mystery and in majesty
“It is precisely in these two cities that the deep soul of the poet is contained. We can still breathe it in some alleys and places that have remained intact over the centuries.”
A Pilgrimage Reflection: Ours is the God of impossible causes. It is in our weakness that he is glorified.
The pilgrims depart Aylesford for Otford, and celebrate the feast of the Transfiguration and the 800th anniversary of St. Dominic’s death as they walk to Dartford.
Croagh Patrick, also known as ‘The Reek,’ is a place of pilgrimage holding a deep spiritual significance for the Irish people. Traditionally, on one Sunday every summer, pilgrims congregate there for Reek Sunday to climb the mountain. Now, COVID-19 has brought challenges and some new opportunities.
EWTN’s Colm Flynn visits sacred sites.