The Feast of St James

Fr Denis McBride C.Ss.R. was asked by John Rafferty - known as Johnnie Walker for his writing and blogs on the Camino - to celebrate a special Mass for the Feast of St James, apostle and martyr. The Camino is known as the Way of St James and many thousands walk that Way in pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. It is the privilege of Redemptorist Publications to produce the Feast Day Mass for St James.

It's About Time
A Call to the Camino de Santiago

Camino to Santiago
a spiritual companion

Britain's Pilgrim Places

Pilgrim's Guide to Lourdes
and the Surrounding Areas

On his many pilgrimages on the Camino de Santiago, Johnnie Walker has met pilgrims with a wide variety of motives for taking to the trail, and has gathered personal accounts of their experiences.

Inspiration shines through in this beautifully illustrated collection of pilgrims’ stories which also includes information about the Pilgrim Associations in English-speaking countries for readers interested in embarking upon their own pilgrimage.

This book is the complete guide to every spiritual treasure, including 500 enchanting holy places throughout England, Wales and Scotland and covers all major pilgrimage routes.

This pilgrim’s guide is a great help in planning a tour, an indespensible companion whilst you are there, and a worthwhile souvenir to bring back happy memories for years afterwards.


Stream Fr Denis McBride's Mass here (free):
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Mass for the Feast of St James
Praying on the Camino de Santiago






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& The Natural Family


Every Pilgrim's Guide to
Rome


The Via Francigena
Canterbury to Rome - Part 2

Every year thousands of pilgrims descend on Assisi, Italy, birthplace of Sts Francis and Clare eager to draw on the rich spiritual experience that such a pilgrimage affords. This new two hour film aims to make that pilgrimage experience accessible to those who cannot make the visit.

Walk with Richard Rohr back to 1983 as he was walking as a pilgrim in the footsteps of Jesus in the Holy Land, of St Francis in Assisi and of other saints and those of faith in Lourdes and Rome.

This unique travel companion gives a brief history of Christian Rome and tells the story of its pilgrimage tradition. It offers an in-depth guide to the Eternal City's principal Christian sites.

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