The Camino de Santiago, also known as the Way of St. James, is a famous pilgrimage route in Europe that leads to the shrine of the apostle St. James the Great in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain. Pilgrims embark on the Camino for various reasons, such as seeking spiritual growth, self-discovery, or simply enjoying the adventure and camaraderie of the journey.
My friend and our guest today on the podcast, Lisa Corrado, is currently on her Camino de Santiago journey. I caught up with her as she was taking a few days off from her walk, and learned more about what this pilgrimage means to her, and what it has done for her.
I invite you to join me and Lisa today as she shares with me:
Completing the Camino de Santiago requires endurance and determination, as well as an openness to the physical and spiritual challenges along the way. It offers an opportunity for reflection, introspection, and connecting with fellow pilgrims from around the world. But whether it’s this pilgrimage you’re looking to join or something else, I encourage you to go ahead and do it because an opportunity like this that allows you to discover yourself and the world around you should never be missed.
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