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Irish Camino pilgrims mark Feast of St James at Dublin church today

The number of Camino pilgrims is starting to increase, but it is only a trickle, says Fr Eugene Taaffe, PP of St James's Church, Dublin.


Sign up for ‘Virtual Camino’ to raise real money to help the homeless

"As you log your distance, you will also receive updates about which town you are approaching next, recipes on typical meals along the way, related books, films, podcasts and playlists to keep you in the Camino spirit!" says Laura Hoban of Focus Ireland.


Pilgrim blessing goes ahead at St James’s, Dublin, despite suspension of Camino activities

Despite the curbs on movement and travel because of the COVID-19 epidemic, the Camino season was launched


More than 1,000 pilgrims have completed the Bray Celtic Camino

"It appears to be the most popular Camino route in Ireland – we are getting people travelling from England and the United States to complete it," says Joe Maguire


Santiago Cathedral closed but Dublin’s Camino centre opens next weekend

Last year 7,548 people from Ireland completed the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela; and in 2018 the Irish comprised the seventh-largest foreign nationality making the journey.


Columbanus Way set for big increase in pilgrim numbers

Large parts of the route will be mapped in 2019 and a smartphone app will be launched in mid 2019 that will allow pilgrims to negotiate the pilgrim trail.


Dublin Camino for WMOF2018

Seven churches involved in ecumenical endeavour.


Celtic Camino Festival in Westport next weekend

Speakers will include Camino guidebook author John Brierley, who will be focusing on how the Camino can be “a path of awakening, an inner-journey of self-discovery”.


Conference to highlight boom in spiritual tourism

March conference at the Waterford Institute of Technology is the first of its kind in Ireland and will discuss the potential for growth in sustainable spiritual tourism.


Make your way to St James’s for photos of the Camino de Santiago

The pilgrimage to the Shrine of St James the Great in Northern Spain has been popular since medieval times, but in recent years interest in it has grown substantially.


2017 Camino de Glendalough pilgrims to receive passport stamp

Route follows the ancient pilgrim path of St Kevin’s Way from St Kevin’s Church in Hollywood to the monastic city in Glendalough.


Brigid’s Way pilgrimage returns

The third St Brigid’s Way walking pilgrimage sets off on 27 June from Brigid’s Well in Faughart Co Louth and nine days later ends at Brigid’s monastic city of Kildare.


Missionaries of Sacred Heart seeking volunteers

Young people invited to join volunteering project for 2014.


Irish Religious set up new ministry in Santiago de Compostella

Hospitality ministry aimed at English-speaking pilgrims who take part in the Camino.


Irish pilgrims on Westmeath camino remember Santiago victims

Camino Walk in north Westmeath has links with Santiago de Compostella in Spain.


Inaugural pilgrim walk concludes today

Pilgrims from Australia, America, Denmark, the UK and from all over Ireland take part in Brigid’s Way Celtic Pilgrimage or Slí Bhríde.

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