A parishioner told my that each day during this lock down she takes one picture of something that makes her feel good or captures something positive and life giving from this strange time. I asked her for one of those pictures and she sent the image of this beautiful tree near her home in Oatlands.
Another parishioner sent me this text and picture – My husband is now attending daily Mass; something totally unusual and impossible for him normally….He shall be speaking in his heart the Spiritual Communion prayer daily, when his life goes back to “normal”….
While out on my morning walk I spotted these deer – just a short walk from the church. Well worth getting up early for….
If you’ve got a good picture of something that helps you through this time please email it to me (with some text about why it helps) and I might put it on the blog so that other parishioners can enjoy the picture or the thought too. God bless, Fr. Con
Just back today from a week on the Camino with 31 parishioners and friends. The experience is hard to describe so I’ll let the pictures do the talking. Maybe you can join us next year !!St. James himself had a few words of advice for our Weybridge pilgrims
May colours on the Camino
A special pair of shoes for this dog – she’s been walking for 2 weeks but very happy
Scenery like this every day
Canals on the Meseta
A welcome sight as we approach a town for refreshments
That castle on the hill was a little too high for a detour after a long day
Lovely villages on the Way
Some of our pilgrims meet near the end of the day
John – always one step ahead when it came to finding refreshment
on the way from Logrono to Burgos – Day 1
lovely flowers lined the route
clear signposts mean you can’t get lost
A beautiful historic church every few miles
One of the great Cathedrals of the world at Burgos.
Get training and joins us next year for the next 5 days of the famous route to Santiago.
Greetings from Logrono. 22 people from the parish/friends of parishioners are walking 5 days of the Camino de Santiago from Logrono to Burgos. I’ll post a few pictures over the coming days. We’ll remember you in our prayers as we walk along. Tomorrow’s stage at about 20 miles is slightly longer than the usual daily section.