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Camino Walking Retreats - Camino Chaplaincy

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More Information: www.caminochaplaincy.blogspot.com

Camino Walking Retreats 2017

The Camino Chaplaincy invites you to join a spiritual retreat
whilst walking the Camino. There are two retreats
which will be led by Fr Gerard Postlethwaite,
recently appointed Director of the Camino Chaplaincy.
The retreats will include joining with other pilgrims in the group
for morning prayer and evening Mass each day,
various talks and meditations and an evening meal together.

The first walking retreat: from O Cebreiro on the Camino Francés (155 kms).
15 – 27 June 2017, including final two nights in Santiago
Cost: 650€ per person in a double/twin room ‖ 800€ per person in a single room

The second walking retreat: from Barcelos on the Camino Portugués (186.5 kms)
12 – 23 September 2017, including final two nights in Santiago
Cost: 780€ per person in double/twin room ‖ 960€ per person in a single room

The price includes:
• Accommodation in good quality hotels and hostels
• Breakfast and dinner
• Daily luggage transfer to next hotel
• Transport from Santiago airport to Cebreiro and Porto airport to Barcelos

For further information and to register your interest in one of the retreats,
email the Camino Chaplaincy: caminochaplaincy@gmail.com.
www.caminochaplaincy.blogspot.com
 

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Sounds like the kind of groups we could more do with one the Camino ;-)
Will the Mass also be open to other pilgrims or only for group members?

Also, for those of us that are on FB - The Camino Chaplaincy has a sparkling-new FB Page and I am sure would like a few more likes ;-) https://www.facebook.com/Caminochaplaincy/ Also a great way to share about all the great work the Camino Chaplaincy does with those of your friends that are not on this forum.

Buen Camino de la Vida, SY
 
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Sounds like the kind of groups we could more do with one the Camino ;-)
Will the Mass also be open to other pilgrims or only for group members?

Also, for those of us that are on FB - The Camino Chaplaincy has a sparkling-new FB Page and I am sure would like a few more likes ;-) https://www.facebook.com/Caminochaplaincy/ Also a great way to share about all the great work the Camino Chaplaincy does with those of your friends that are not on this forum.

Buen Camino de la Vida, SY
Open to everyone!
 

Dancing Rain

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These retreats sound a lovely idea. I grew up a Protestant, but have been to many Catholic forms of worship throughout my life. I loved going to masses during our Camino pilgrmage.

The occasional brief times I heard words of my mother tongue, English, during a service were usually precious. Unfortunately as I understood it, the English mass had stopped for the season by the time we arrive in Santiago in Oct, so I didn't get that experience.

I respected that I couldn't partake during a mass, however I found that I really missed participating in communion while on such a meaningful journey. My Camino was a very personal spiritual sojourn that connected me deeply with so many aspects of my Christian heritage.

As I reflect on the possibility of spending time in Spain again, I would like to find ways to incorporate more of this into what we might do, whether or not we are part of one of these particular retreats. I'm wondering what ideas people may have about ways to foster this?
 

andy.d

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andy.d

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