The Camino and Daily Life, an interview with Four Bishops

As precursor to a film on The Camino, below please find a conversation with four bishops who have walked The Camino many times  — Bishop Donald Hying of Madison, Wisconsin, Archbishop Paul Coakley of Oklahoma City, Bishop James Conley of Lincoln, Nebraska, and Bishop James Wall of Gallup, New Mexico.  Together, along with moderator Kathryn Jean Lopez, they will engage you in a Lenten reflection on their many journeys along the Way of St. James (a.k.a. The Camino), on the transformation of their souls and those of fellow pilgrims, and on how this particular pilgrimage is uniquely impactful to the interior life.

As you know, the Way of St. James is the famed pilgrimage route to the burial place of the Apostle James, and as you may not know, today’s discussion is a precursor to a new film called Santiago: The Camino Within to be released for one day only on Tuesday, March 28. More on the film below..

Co-sponsored by the Napa Institute and the National Review Institute, today’s virtual event is FREE, but registration is required.

Precursor to next week’s film release

Today’s virtual discussion is a precursor to a one-day-release film entitled Santiago: The Camino Within, which will hit theaters nationwide on one day only:  Tuesday, March 28th.

The film

Santiago: The Camino Within follows Bishop Donald Hying and a group of pilgrims along the Camino de Santiago, the ancient route to the burial place of St. James. Their stories and experiences along The Way illuminate for every viewer the transformation and conversion that is available to every human being who seeks a deeper relationship with God.

Bishop Conley says…

“Over the years I have seen several good films and documentaries on the Camino to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. I have also had the privilege of walking a portion of the Camino on three different occasions over the past ten years. The new film, Santiago: The Camino Within is the best film on the Camino I have seen to date,” notes Bishop Conley.
The Camino and Daily Life, an interview with Four Bishops

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