Updated: Jun 11, 2022
Join us for a journey on the Ignatian Camino/en el Camino Ignaciano.
June 14th: We Set Out!
We are 13 parishioners who are walking together in the spirit of “erromeria”, (Basque word for festive pilgrimage), grateful for the gift of Ignatian spirituality in our lives and open to how God might be guiding us forward. We seek to be more aware of the life of Íñigo López de Loyola, our St. Ignatius, who preferred to be called “the pilgrim”. We are curious how his story might speak to our ordinary lives.
Here we are pictured as we gathered this spring for a long walk and lunch of paella. We learned that we are 13 companions that are fairly in step as we walk, and that we like to share a meal together. Some of us have been preparing for this journey by walking every day. Some of us are less prepared and trusting that we can somehow go the distance. We shared our hopes and fears that day and our prayer was, “Be not afraid, I am with you always. I have called you by name, you are mine” (Isaiah 43:2). And so, we are called by name, (From left: José, Ron, Suzanne, Brian, David, Letty, Teresa, Jowell, Christine, Kate, and not pictured, Kathy, Doug, and Jennifer) and we set out!