In a Holy Year on the Camino, you may need to carry an extra dose of equanimity: You’ll most likely share the trail with a record-breaking crush of pilgrims. Here are a few suggestions for keeping your cool along The Way — or for that matter, anywhere.
A 17-year-old who survived a suicidal crisis offers a message of hope and healing to others facing depression: Tell someone.
In response to an anonymous letter in the “Green Hills News” about wanting “your” park back: I have a few questions.
Unwise words that reveal the wide range of human lunacy when it comes to physical beauty.
On any difficult journey, there’s a sweet spot somewhere between guilt and pride, and it isn’t easy to find.
How a window war in the albergue became a running joke—and the tie that bound our multinational pilgrim horde together for 800km and 6 weeks
A beautiful essay on grief, friendship, and very long walks, by a young Swiss pilgrim we met on the Camino in 2015.
The Camino doesn’t provide, as if by magic. It’s made out of people, and they are the ones doing the providing.