Two paths converge in the making of a pilgrimage: the physical and the spiritual, a specific destination and a perpetual journey. This book explores those paths through reflections on a pilgrimage Patricia led, following in the footsteps of medieval Christians in France. For groups or individuals, her travel can serve as a very personal and useful blueprint for readers who would like to make a pilgrimage in their own lives.
“This forty-day journey brings us home transformed by opening us to unexpected spiritual depths with poignant, meditative vignettes, prayers, readings, and engaging reflection questions.”
-Joseph D. Driskill, Dean of Disciples Seminary Foundation, Pacific School of Religion
“Using psalms, insightful personal stories, and penetrating daily questions, Brown brings this ancient practice alive for us today. This book inspires the pilgrim in all of us.”
-Teresa A. Blythe, Author of 50 Ways to Pray: Practices from Many Traditions and Times