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What is the Camino?
The Camino de Santiago is a walking pilgrimage that ends at the shrine of the apostle St. James the Great in Galicia Spain. Tradition holds that the remains of the apostle are buried there at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. For centuries, pilgrims have made this walk as a way of honoring, petitioning, or growing in their relationship with God. Pope Benedict XVI summed up the Camino in this way. “The fatigue of the journey, the variety of landscapes, their encounter with peoples of other nationalities – all of this opens their heart to what is the deepest and most common bond that unites us as human beings: we are in quest, we need truth and beauty, we need an experience of grace, charity, peace, forgiveness, and redemption… Deep down, all those who come on pilgrimage to Santiago do so in order to encounter God who, reflected in the majesty of Christ, welcomes and blesses them as they reach the Pórtico de la Gloria.”
Refresh, renew, reorient on a 15 day Father and Son Camino.