|The Mystery Pilgrim
Augustine the Aleut, one of our most seasoned Mystery Worshippers, hit Europe's most famous pilgrimage route, the Camino, first in 2002, and then again in 2007. Destination: Santiago de Compostela, Spain. On the way, he braved freezing cold in the Pyrenees, snoring in the hostels, blistered feet and early morning cups of fortifying café con leche.
In this special Mystery Worshipper feature, Augustine reports on the different churches he visited en route, plus a final report from Santiago de Compostela at the end of the journey. Click the links below for Augustine's reports, plus his introduction to the whole experience.
> Introduction: 756kms to Santiago
> Abbey of Our Lady, Montserrat, Catalonia
> Cathedral of Santa Maria del Romeral, Monzón, Aragon
> St Amaro's Hermitage, Burgos, Castile
> San Lorenzo, Sahagún, León
> San Tirso, Palas de Rei, Galicia
> Santa María Salomé, Santiago de Compostela
> Abbey of Roncesvalles, Navarre
> Church of St Mary, Los Arcos, Navarre
> Church of St Mary, Rabanal, Leon
> Cathedral of St James, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia
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