Whether you’re planning your first trip to the eternal city or returning for the 50th time, this guide is for you.
Bottom line: Many people who journey to the Holy Land testify that they never once felt unsafe.
You may be looking at the same trees that surrounded Jesus as he prayed.
God is going to do something amazing to your heart during this pilgrimage, and the best way to experience it is to cultivate a spirit of receptivity before you go.
Thousands have travelled the Camino, but there is no “perfect pilgrim” — we’re all on our own journey. Be open minded and take everything as it comes.
Deciding to travel the Camino is a big step. There’s a lot that goes into preparing for this pilgrimage, including what to pack.
It is easy to get swept up in practical preparations for your pilgrimage and neglect your own spiritual needs. Ask yourself where in your life is most in need of God’s will and God’s grace. What do you most want to pray for during your pilgrimage?
Follow the path St. Philip Neri began over 500 years ago to connect pilgrims with 7 churches tied to early Church Saints.
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