Books, Books, Books!

This is a fun heads up! I’m starting a new series of guides to the Camino. The first will be a guide – specifically for English-speaking pilgrims – to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. You can read lots of guides. They’re dense, filled with numbers, how high the towers are, when the building went […]

On Becoming a Pilgrim

I’m on the threshold, in the doorway. It’s a clear metaphor, of course, just describing a liminal space – you pick one side or the other, or you stay there. Do I back in and stay safe or do I step out and go on an adventure. It’s not unlike “Do I buy tickets or […]

Ribadiso – a Pilgrim’s Welcome

One of the many special stops on the Camino Frances and Camino Primitivo, alongside the Rio Iso – the albergue in Ribadiso. Interested in more on the Camino? Try my book! In My Books and on Amazon and Kindle.

A Pilgrim’s Take on Taking a Tour

But in every day, there is the walking and that’s what I have come to realize is the very thing that keeps bringing me back, time and again.

What Is Your Obligation?

When I came back home with my very first Compostela, I went to Mass not far from my office and asked the priest after Mass to hear my confession. I was completing a circuit that had started on Christmas Day 2010 when I flew from New York to Madrid to catch a bus to Sarria […]