Happy New Year! I’m looking forward to walking and writing about the Camino de Santiago in 2018. I was honored to see my Camino book, Spiritual and Walking Guide: León to Santiago in the book showcase at Albergue Santa María de Carbajal “Benedictinas Carbajalas” during their New Years dinner in León, Spain.
On Facebook, the Sisters posted “Cena de Nochevieja que nuestros Hospitales prepararon para los peregrinos que ayer pasaron el día y la noche en el Albergue del Monasterio.”
In English: “New Year’s Eve dinner that our Hospitaleros prepared for the pilgrims who yesterday spent the day and night in the Monastery Hostel.”
The Christian daily devotional is available for sale at the Benedictine monastery’s albergue in León, Spain. And on Amazon.com Happy New Year!
Stacey Wittig is an Arizona travel writer based in Flagstaff, AZ. She writes about pilgrimage and Camino de Santiago.
Spiritual and Walking Guide is featured in the publication AmigosNAZ. The article declares that people setting out on The Way of St. James, or El Camino de Santiago now have a book, which guides them along the pathways of their heart during the pilgrimage. The pilgrimage route in northern Spain was made famous by the Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez movie “The Way.”
AmigosNAZ is a print and online media source that provides information about and for the vibrant and diverse cultures in Northern Arizona.
Seekers may order the book, Spiritual and Walking Guide: Leon to Santiago, online at by clicking the link below:
Spiritual and Walking Guide: Leon to Santiago on El Camino (Spiritual and Walking Guides) (Volume 1)
The American Pilgrims on the Camino (APOC) recently published an excerpt from “Spiritual and Walking Guide: Leon to Santiago on El Camino” in their summer newsletter. American Pilgrims on the Camino, a non-profit organization whose objective is to facilitate communication within the community of North American pilgrims, has over 22 local chapter and reaches 1000s of readers.
“The excerpt is from Day 14 of the daily devotional that helps pilgrims follow the pathways of their hearts while trekking the ancient pilgrimage route,” explained author Stacey Wittig about the Camino guide. “I am truly blessed by the editors of La Concha who included this meditation entitled ‘Walking in the Good Way’ which is based on Jeremiah 6:16-19.”
The daily Camino devotional complete with questions for reflection may be viewed at: Spiritual-Guide-Stacey-Wittig-APOC-newsletter_1407. El Camino de Santiago in Spain is a popular trekking route for North Americans since the movie The Way, starring Martin Sheen and produced by his son Emilio Estevez.
The daily scriptures for The Way and walking guide may be purchased in hard copy or Kindle at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/061598939X/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=061598939X&linkCode=as2&tag=vagablulu-20&linkId=4EHVPWSYKRXTROTZ
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