Camino de Santiago
A retreat & pilgrimage to help male workers reconnect with themselves and God
By Invitation Only
Because of increased interest and limited space for this retreat, participants are selected by invitation only.
The Camino de Santiago, for “Way of St James” is an ancient pilgrimage to the Cathedral in the city of Santiago de Compostela in Northwest Spain. According to tradition, the Cathedral houses the remains of St James the Apostle, the patron saint of Spain. He was thought to be responsible for bringing the Gospel to Spain before returning to Jerusalem where Herod beheaded him (Acts 12). His remains were brought back to Santiago de Compostela where they were re-discovered in the 9th century. Spiritual pilgrimage to this martyred saint’s resting place has continued ever since. Today, over 200,000 pilgrims walk this route annually.
What to Expect
- Primary focus on reconnecting with yourself and the Lord.
- A spiritual formation “theme” or “grace” and exercise for each day (Surrender, Gratitude, Repentance, Submission, etc. )
- Ample time for personal reflection and prayer
- Choose to walk by yourself, with someone from our group, or another pilgrim going our way.
- Each person will receive daily individual attencion from the retreat leader as they walk.
- Daily group debrief and fellowship over dinner.
By the end of the retreat your should feel spiritually refreashed, personally grounded and physically
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