You Don’t Have to Be Healthy …by Loretta Fritz
I never expected to be a pilgrim—the old fashioned walking kind, that is. Yet, after the last three summers, I understand better why this has been a Christian discipline in so many places and over so many centuries.
After all, we are here on this earth as pilgrims, on our way to our true home with the Trinity. Walking miles a day reinforces this supernatural reality in very concrete ways.
Surprisingly, it was my second, and so far, shortest, Opeongo Line Pilgrimage, the one I made at the end of July 2017 that impacted me the most.
Since June 2017, I have been