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The Journey Continues

The Journey Continues

On pilgrimage The Catholic Pilgrimage has completed its 1,500-kilometer journey through sunshine, rain, and snow, across meadows and mountaintops, from coastal towns to historic cities. Starting in St. Peter’s Square, the pilgrims walked over the course of three...
Day 62: Illuminating the Path

Day 62: Illuminating the Path

Pilgrims in Imielin On the eve of their last day on pilgrimage, the group was gathered in a church in Imielin, listening to the beautiful voices of a local choir. “Veni, Sancte Spiritus,” they sang in four-part harmony, the music washing over all in attendance....
Day 62: The Last Border Crossing

Day 62: The Last Border Crossing

Rybnik, Poland The pilgrims have entered the sixth and final country in their journey: Poland. This border crossing begins the final chapter of the Climate Pilgrimage, but the mission is far from over. As soon as the pilgrims entered the city of Rybnik, they were...
Day 60: The Final Push

Day 60: The Final Push

Belotin, Czech Republic For the past week, the pilgrims have walked 20-30 kilometers each day in sub-freezing temperatures. As they settled in for the night in Ostrava, a few of the pilgrims tended to aches and pains, quietly praying for strength to continue the walk....
Day 57: Momentum

Day 57: Momentum

Frost in Olomouc, Czech Republic In contrast to the spring temperatures of Slovenia, the journey through the Czech Republic has been marked with unrelenting cold. The pilgrims arrived today in Dolni Ujezd, covering almost 40 kilometers over the span of two days. These...
Day 55: First Days in the Czech Republic

Day 55: First Days in the Czech Republic

Czech Republic border The days are now shorter and freezing cold, but the spirit of the mission continues to drive the pilgrims forward. The group spent the last two days walking 56 kilometers from Brno to Prostejov, Czech Republic. As they covered one kilometer after...
Continuing the Journey

Continuing the Journey

The pilgrims with Alan Burns The Climate Pilgrimage has journeyed through forests, over hills, and across cities, and the pilgrims have found great comfort in the friendship that has been forged by their shared mission. So it was with sadness that on 12 November the...
Typhoon Haiyan: Stories from Survivors

Typhoon Haiyan: Stories from Survivors

It has been five years since Typhoon Haiyan killed thousands of people in the Philippines. The storm was linked to climate change. The Climate Pilgrimage commemorated the fifth anniversary by hosting an online conversation between Haiyan survivors AG Saño and Joanna...
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