On November 9th, the pilgrims joined European advocates in celebrating a victory for the clean energy movement.
The road from Pivka to Ljubljana was soaked with rain, but even in the gloomy weather the pilgrims were captivated by the beauty of the Slovenian countryside.
I have been on the Climate Pilgrimage now for almost ten days, joining the group in Udine in northern Italy during the severe storms which wrecked havoc on that region over the past few weeks.
Five years ago, the Philippines was struck by the devastation of typhoon Haiyan. One of the most powerful tropical cyclones ever to hit land, Haiyan claimed the lives of over 6,000 people and caused incalculable suffering to millions more.
First, while in Trieste, with help from both the walkers and others with us, AG produced a second mural during the walk to leave a lasting message of the pilgrimage (pictured left).
True to the spirit of All Saints Day, our pilgrims found themselves surrounded by saints in the making throughout the past weekend, paving their path warmth, kindness, and community.
On the 29th day of the Climate Pilgrimage, the sun shone and the pilgrims made steady progress from Cervignano to Monfalcone.
The walks begin to take on a familiar pattern although each day is unpredictable with walkers not knowing the route, when we halt for breaks and where or when we arrive, and what sleeping arrangements are made.
The Climate Pilgrimage is sharing a cry for climate justice all along its 1,500-kilometer journey. Conversations in cities and towns along the route is one way this cry is lifted up. Another call is shared in art. AG Saño, a pilgrim on the journey, is an...
Jane Mellett is a pilgrim on The Climate Pilgrimage who helped coordinate care for our common home at the World Meeting of Families in Dublin. This is her story. The World Meeting of Families hosted eco-spaces and a Climate Justice Candle, which has been...