Camino Pilgrim Stacey Wittig: An Interview With The Author of the Spiritual and Walking Guides

3 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    I would love to hear more about the spiritual aspects as this is who and what we are(although can be a charged topic as many have strong negative associations w religion). Walking is a way to open the heart and the Camino to Santiago de Compostela does carry such historical riches. Well done w your interview and sharing…questions of a personal nature that plug into our frailties and strengths are always inspiring…?

    • Irene says:

      I don’t think it’s about “religion” but rather spirituality. Religious organizations have done a lot to damage their credibility but your spiritual beliefs are between you and God, imo. We start walking in about an hour, you can definitely feel the historical energy in the town of Oviedo. I hope Stacey replies to your post. She just arrived in Santiago yesterday and this was her 5th Camino.

  2. Hello!!
    Thank you for sharing this interview, I found it deeply interesting. I think this woman is really brave and strong, and that’s wonderful to see and to read about. Thanks again.

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