Walking the Camino : a modern pilgrimage to Santiago
by Tony Kevin
✅ Editor: Scribe Publications
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In May 2006, armed only with a small backpack and a team, Tony Kevin, an overweight, sedentary, 63 years old, former diplomat, over an eight-week trek across SpainBut it wasn’t just a very long walk – it was a pilgrimageTony followed the Camino Mozarabe and Via de la Plata, two of the many pilgrimage paths that criss-cross Spain and Portugal, all leading to a single destinationEvery day, around noon, hundreds of hot, tired, and dusty flow pilgrims in the Cathedral of Santiago, for the daily Mass Pilgrim’s DailyWhat, in our occupied, materialistic 21st century, what, apparently anachronistic phenomenonWhat drives tens of thousands of people of all nationalities and beliefs to make long and arduous walks through the cold mountains and hot, highlands of Spain, to finally take part in a medieval Christian liturgy of spiritual renewal and reconciliation with GodThe walk of the Camino makes beautifully the flavor of this epic journey, and is filled with observations and anecdotes on contemporary SpainIt is also a profound personal meditation on the nature of modern life.
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