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I am not in control. I am not in a hurry. I walk in faith and hope. I greet everyone in peace. I bring back only what God gives me.
At Home In Rome
2012-07-20 23:00
Arriving at the tomb of St. Peter in Rome, after walking 150 miles to get there, was another one of those pilgrim experiences which is hard to put into words. I’m not Roman Catholic. I… Read More
2012-07-20 22:55
I have to hand it to the people of Siena. In the past, and in the present, they draw few distinctions between the sacred and the secular. Look at the sculptures that adorn the entrance to th… Read More
2012-07-20 22:44
Grape vineyards and olive orchards are the most common things one sees along the Via Francigena as it winds its way through the beautiful hills of Tuscany. It is important, therefore, to tas… Read More
2012-07-14 06:36
One of the experiences that every pilgrim has is that of being dependent on others for help. Even if you are traveling alone, you still need assistance from people at countless points along… Read More
2012-07-14 06:28
When planning our pilgrim walk along the Via Francigena to Rome, I looked at the average temperatures for Tuscany in early to mid-June and determined that this would be a good time to make t… Read More
Bridge Of Care
2012-07-07 13:12
Like many of the oldest buildings on the pilgrim roads to Rome and Santiago de Compostela, the place where we slept after our first day of walking on the Via Francigena was originally built… Read More
More Or Less
2012-07-06 07:37
As we walked along the Via Francigena toward the small town of Ponte a Cappiano, we encountered a group of people on bicycles. “Are you pilgrims?” we asked. One of them replied:… Read More
Bread For The Journey
2012-07-05 07:36
After many months of planning, it was a good feeling to put on our backpacks and actually begin walking on the Via Francigena to Rome. The first way marker we saw gave another strong sense… Read More
Peaceful Walls
2012-07-04 07:41
The Tuscan town of Lucca, where our pilgrim journey to Rome begins, is surrounded by ancient walls that were built to defend it from hostile enemies. As we walked through a narrow entrance… Read More
No Fixing
2012-07-03 08:31
The bell tower of the main cathedral in Pisa, Italy has always been unique. Even as it was being constructed in the twelfth century, workers noticed that is was starting to lean. Many effort… Read More

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