This summer my wife and I were blessed to be able to go on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela with our son. The Camino, The Way, is a many-centuries-old pilgrimage across Spain to the resting place of the remains of St. James the Apostle: Santiago.
This is my third Camino, and like the others, it has proven to be totally unique and a profoundly moving experience. While my first Camino (we walked the Camino Primativo that year) was a great retreat and an unveiling of a Camino as a metaphor for life, this Camino (the Camino Frances—the most common route)

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