Walking the Camino to carry the intentions of others who aren’t walking this year – send yours to email@example.com
The Coronavirus epidemic has ruined the plans of many pilgrims who hoped to walk to Santiago this year. The Camino was closed for some months but gradually as restrictions are eased in Spain and in other countries pilgrims will walk the Way again.
If for any reason you can’t walk this year veteran pilgrims Johnniewalker, Stephen, Kate and Sean will carry your thoughts and prayers with them in August 2020 when they walk both physically and virtually from Saint Jean Pied de Port to Santiago.
They are making this pilgrimage to rebuild confidence in the Camino and to carry with them the intentions of others.
THOUGHTS, PRAYERS, HOPES & INTENTIONS
No matter what you believe or what faith you follow, or none, the pilgrims will carry your messages, prayers and hopes every step of the way to Santiago and they will be prayed for at Mass every day.
Send yours to: firstname.lastname@example.org
LIVE REPORTS FROM THE CAMINO
Most of us are wondering what the Camino will be like in light of the pandemic: Will it be safe? Will there be enough accommodation? Has the experience changed?
There will be regular reports live from the Camino posted on this and other sites. Look out for the “where they are now” feature.
- THE CAMINO TURNS BROKENNESS INTO BEAUTYIf you wanted to walk this year but couldn’t your prayers arrived in Santiago today… Johnnie and Stephen ended their journey by laying your Thoughts, Intentions, Hopes and Prayers at the Tomb of Saint James. Here are their final reflections on this very special Camino… “Hello everyone. This is StephenContinue reading “THE CAMINO TURNS BROKENNESS INTO BEAUTY”
- FROM ARZÚA WITH LOVEO Cebreiro – Triacastela – Sarria – Portomarín – Palas de Rei – Arzúa This has been a wonderful pilgrimage. All the more so because it had the purpose of walking on behalf of those who couldn’t this year. The prayers, hopes, wishes and intentions which have been emailed toContinue reading “FROM ARZÚA WITH LOVE”
- LIFE IN SLOW MOTION ON THE CAMINO FRANCÉSLeón – Villavante (by walkers’ Route ) – Hospital de Órbigo – Villares de Órbigo – Astorga – Rabanal del Camino – Ponferrada – Villafranca del Bierzo – O Cebreiro Dear Amigos, the three most important pieces of advice I’d give to anyone thinking about walking the Camino are: TravelContinue reading “LIFE IN SLOW MOTION ON THE CAMINO FRANCÉS”
How their Camino is organised
Taking into account age and the general precautions being put in place to stop the spread of infection Johnnie and Stephen will stay in private rooms in hostels, hotels and albergues along the Camino Francés. They have booked some accommodation themselves and they are also accepting the generous assistance of Camino Ways, the travel company who will ensure accommodation is open and is Coronavirus prepared. Kate will be reporting back on conditions and safety procedures in place in the albergues along the route.