The Camino, or “The Way,” across Northern Spain to the Cathedral and burial spot of Santiago or Saint James in Northwestern Spain has almost a 1000 year tradition in the Catholic/Christian faith. As a walking pilgrimage it is a graceful and joyful journey. Making it with friends or with a community of companions in faith makes the pilgrimage even more enjoyable and fruitful.
Here is what Reverend Michael Cooper had to say about his pilgrimage in Spain:
“I was incredibly pleased with how everything went overall on our El Camino de Santiago de Compostela Pilgrimage and could not be more excited with things just simply working out! Our guide was outstanding and her ability to lead while still respecting a Pilgrimage host was impeccable. The accommodations were great, the food was excellent (in fact, almost too good!), and the Masses were superb. The local people on the Camino could not have been nicer or more gracious and it was very eye opening to see the way in which locals live there, which helped to give us perspective on our journey.”
Rev. Michael Cooper
St. Leo University