Pilgrim Journeys

Pilgrimage for walkers and armchair travellers

Sally Welch

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Content

Why do pilgrims walk so much?

What do they learn?

What lasting good does it do?

In Pilgrim Journeys, experienced pilgrim and writer Sally Welch explores the less-travelled pilgrim routes of the UK and beyond, through the eyes of the pilgrims who walk them. Each chapter explores a different aspect of pilgrimage, offering reflections and indicating some of the spiritual lessons to be learned that may be practised at home. This absorbing book shows how insights gained on the journey can be incorporated into the spiritual life of every day, bringing new ways of relationship with God and with our fellow Christians, offering support and encouragement as we face the joys and challenges of life.

Contents

  • A brief history of pilgrimage
  • The Routes
  • 1 Be true to your journey:
    St Columba's Way - Iona to St Andrews
  • 2 Carry only what is necessary:
    Via Ingles - Ferrol to Santiago de Compostela
  • 3 Be open to Go:
    Via Limovigensis - V lay to Limoges
  • 4 Rejoice in your companions:
    Pilgrim's Way - Winchester to Canterbury
  • 5 Inhabit the moment:
    St David's Way - Holywell to Bardsey Island
  • 6 Tread lightly upon the earth:
    Sentiero Francescano della Pace - Assisi to Gubbio
  • 7 Release your burdens:
    The Jesus Trail - Tabgha to Capernaum
  • 8 Trust yourself:
    St James Way - Worcester to Bristol
  • 9 Respect the community:
    Thames Pilgrim Way - Oxford to Binsey
  • 10 Rejoice in the journey:
    St Olav's Way - Stiklestad to Trondheim
  • A practical guide
  • Information for pilgrims

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Sally Welch is the Vicar of Charlbury and Area Dean of Chipping Norton. An active pilgrim for over 20 years, she has lectured and led workshops on the nature and spirituality of pilgrimage and labyrinth throughout the UK. She is the editor of New Daylight and author of several books on pilgrimage. She worked with Bishop John Pritchard on the establishment of the Thames Pilgrim Way and is currently working on a Cotswold Pilgrimage Network.

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Book details

  • ISBN: 9780857465139
  • Published: 21 July 2017
  • Status:
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 144
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