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Religion points to that area of human experience where in one way or another man comes upon mystery as a summons to pilgrimage. - Frederick Buechner

Pilgrimage denotes a journey to a sacred place. It is distinguished from other travels by intentionality around God and a particular connection to people along the way. I have benefited from several pilgrimage experiences and have been looking forward to an all-parish pilgrimage for some time. In late September, a handful of members met over Zoom to discuss ideas and timing for a pilgrimage. If you missed it but are interested, a recording is available here. The recording ends before the Q&A, so some follow-up will help bring you up to speed. We will continue to meet as we explore the practice of pilgrimage in general and the potential for a parish pilgrimage in the summer of 2022. Our next two sessions are on Tuesday, November 2 and November 30 at 7:30 pm via zoom. These sessions will include a discussion on The Sacred Journey: The Ancient Practices by Charles Foster. This exploration may be helpful even if you aren't able to participate in the pilgrimage itself. Details will continue to be shared here, but please do reach out to me if you are interested in knowing more! Blessings,

Fr. Paul

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