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Walking the Ignatian Camino – Part 1 of 2(0)

October 31, 2019
I wanted to do a long retreat, and having been to Santiago de Compostela some years ago by train, I chose a different walk. Full Story»

This Sin Business

When I read the church fathers’ teaching about sin, I acknowledge the principles but interpret them a different way. Many women do this because feminine spirituality tends to be a little different, although complementary to the male model. 

Our spiritual paths are shaped by our biological roles.… More

Going with God Love One Another

“And hospitality do not forget: for by this some, being not aware of it, have entertained angels.” Hebrews 13:2

Lyon was one of the last places I visited on my pilgrimage through France. I stayed at the Centre Jean Bosco which is about a minute’s walk from the exquisite Notre Dame de Fourvière, a World Heritage site and place of pilgrimage to many.Although the present Basilica was built in the 19th century, there has been a shrine at the site dedicated to Our Lady since 1170.… More

The Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham

Little Walsingham sits in the heart of the English county of Norfolk. Surrounded by villages such as Great Snoring, Houghton St Giles and the smaller – despite the name – Great Walsingham, it is known as England’s Nazareth. It is believed to house the oldest European shrine to Our Lady, with its origins stemming from an apparition of the Virgin Mary.… More

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