Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Pilgrims But No Indians (this time)

The Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail passes right by the Pilgrim's Fountain Hostal in Galicia where we spend 17 days helping run a training program for new staff with Agapé-Europe. Those who make the trek on foot, horseback or bicycle are called peregrinos (in English: pilgrims) and they walk the camino for a wide variety of reasons from religious, cultural, health and recreational.

You can see captioned photos from this unique training time on our Facebook page (click here). They will give you an idea of what the experience was like. But Annette is publishing a great collection of reflections from our time as pilgrims which you can read at her blog Gaudi's Cross, or by simply clicking here.

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