The Confraternity of St James recently added Spiritual and Walking Guide: Leon to Santiago on El Camino to their prestigious Camino Library and book list. The Confraternity of St James is a British association founded “to bring together those interested in the medieval pilgrim routes through Spain and France to the shrine of St James at Santiago de Compostela, and in the associated rich heritage of art, architecture, history, music and faith.”
The high-traffic website that can be found at www.csj.org.uk delivers:
- Advice for planning your pilgrimage,
- Information about routes to Santiago,
- Camino news, and a
- Bibliography of important Camino books.
Writer Stacey Wittig’s name is listed with other favorite Camino authors including John Brierley, A Pilgrim’s Guide to the Camino de Santiago: St. Jean • Roncesvalles • Santiago (Camino Guides) (Paperback) – Common and Rebekah Scott, The Moorish Whore in the Camino association’s library.
The Camino reading list and library may be viewed at http://www.csj.org.uk/libcat/index.php?action=find_keyword&cur_page=0&find=SPIRITUALITY
The CSJ has an office, bookshop and library, which includes a hard copy of Wittig’s book, in central London close to Blackfriars Bridge, open to the public at various set times or by appointment.
Wittig is currently working on a second book entitled Spiritual and Walking Guide: Lourdes to St Jean Pied de Port. She that book from her home near the Grand Canyon.
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Brierley, John — A Pilgrim’s Guide to the Camino de Santiago: St. Jean • Roncesvalles • Santiago (Camino Guides) (Paperback) – Common
Rebekah, Scott The Moorish Whore