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Walking The Camino De Santiago

Author : Bethan Davies
ISBN : 097316980X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Walking The Camino

Author : Tony Kevin
ISBN : 1921215445
Genre : Travel
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In May 2006, armed only with a small rucksack and a staff, Tony Kevin, an overweight, sedentary 63-year-old former diplomat, set off on an eight-week trek across Spain. But this was not just a very long walk - it was a pilgrimage. From Granada, in the southeast, to Santiago de Compostela, in the far northwest, Tony followed the Via Mozarabe and the Via de la Plata, two of the many pilgrim trails that crisscross Spain and Portugal and that all lead to a single destination, the cathedral city of Santiago de Compostela. What, in our busy, materialistic 21st century, is this apparently anachronistic phenomenon all about? What drives tens of thousands of people of all nationalities and creeds to make long, exhausting walks across the cold mountains and hot tablelands of Spain, to take part finally in a mediaeval Christian liturgy of spiritual renewal and reconciliation with God?

Walking Home On The Camino De Santiago

Author : Linda L. Lasswell
ISBN : 0974959723
Genre : Travel
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Walking Home is the fictionalized account of Lasswell's on-again, off-again pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago. Sometimes surreal, sometimes poignant, often thought provoking, Walking Home invites the reader to share Lasswell's internal and external explorations as they unfold along the Way.

The Way Is Made By Walking

Author : Arthur Paul Boers
ISBN : 9780830899920
Genre : Religion
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Pilgrimage is a spiritual discipline not many consider. In these pages Arthur Paul Boers describes his month-long journey on the Camino de Santiago in Spain, a classic pilgrimage route that ends at the cathedral where St. James is buried, opening to us his incredible story of renewed spirituality springing from an old, old path walked by millions before.

Camino Walk

Author : Marie-Laure Valandro
ISBN : 9781584204565
Genre : Religion
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In Camino Walk, Marie-Laure Valandro takes readers on a very personal pilgrimage along the centuries-old Camino de Santiago in northern Spain. The Camino de Santiago de Compostela (the Way of St James) is literally a path of devotion to the beings of Christianity to Christ, to Mary, and to Saint James, for whom the Camino and the cathedral at the end are named. The Camino de Santiago winds its way through terrain that ranges from high plateaus to rugged mountain trails. It is a challenging pilgrimage during which inner and outer paths meet. Beginning in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques of southern France, the author traveled approximately 800 kilometers to Santiago on the northwest coast of Spain. Along the way, with the many other pilgrims on the path, she experienced an international community of the heart, shared by the many thousands of pilgrims of past, present, and future who have walked the path for more than a thousand years. Marie-Laure Valandro offers her fascinating and personal observations of the Camino and its fellowship, joys, pains, and hardships. She describes the many pilgrims she encountered and, most important, invites the reader to share her interior journey to Santiago and to wholeness. Camino Walk offers a step-by-step account of the transformation that is possible when ordinary life falls away and we make room for gratitude and wonder for all that we encounter on our own path."

Walking The Camino In An Age Of Anxiety

Author : John H. Pratt
ISBN : 1419669311
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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John H. Pratt retraces the steps of the medieval pilgrimage route to Santiago, Spain, through the author's personal journey in the fall of 2001 and in the shadow of the 9-11 attacks. Through the use of primary sources as well as the experience of walking the 500 mile route across northern Spain, the book brings to life the world of a very popular pilgrimage in the Middle Ages.

The Day Was Made For Walking

Author : Noel Braun
ISBN : 9781742983899
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Noel Braun yearns to walk the Camino, the ancient pilgrimage route that leads across France and Spain to Santiago de Compostela. Since the suicide of Maris, his beloved wife of forty-two years, he has struggled to find himself. But is it pure madness? He's an old bloke. At seventy-seven-years, he should be sensible, act his age and relax in a rocking chair. Can his body and spirit withstand the demands? Can he leave family and friends behind? Noel believes this is a journey he MUST undertake. It's a compulsion, a spiritual quest of self-discovery, an urgent need to commune with the world around and beyond him. When Noel begins his journey, he discovers it's not just the rigorous demands of the physical world he must answer. The territory of the heart and soul has its own challenges, which have him searching for spiritual and emotional insights. His travels are interwoven with accounts of the many engaging characters he meets. In time he realises he himself is one of the Camino's characters. The Day Was Made for Walking merges the spiritual with the physical, the ancient with the contemporary. It is a memoir, but also a glimpse into history and a travel guide.

Walking To Santiago

Author : Ryan Tandler
ISBN : 1542551854
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Considering walking the Camino de Santiago? For a thousand years, pilgrims have made this journey across the north of Spain to the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, where the bones of Saint James the Greater rest. Some go for the adventure; some go for spiritual or religious reasons; all are changed by the experience. This books covers everything you need to know to make informed decisions about your Camino journey, from when to go to how to get to there to what you'll need to pack. The focus here is on detailed advice learned from on-the-trail experience, things like how to avoid blisters, how to pick out hiking boots, and the important features of a backpack. The Camino is a powerful and enriching experience. This book gives you all the information you need to get out on the trail.

Walking The Walk Camino De Santiago 2012 2nd Edition

Author : Marty Metras
ISBN : 9781387516377
Genre : Travel
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After a failed attempt to walk the Camino de Santiago right after I retired in 2007, I decided to try again. I left my door on May 1st with a one-way plane ticket and never looked back. I arrived in St. Jean Pied-de-Port the next morning and started Walking the Walk. I never had a bad day, but I needed to find a way home after seeing the sunset at the end of the world. This is my story about me Walking the Walk. Marty

Redemption Road

Author : Brendan McManus
ISBN : 0829444114
Genre : Religion
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A powerful story about finding healing and freedom from grief by accepting our vulnerability and surrendering ourselves to the grace of God.

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