Curtis Williams

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June 24, 2021
Tucked away in the remote hamlet of El Cebrero (O Cebreiro in the regional Galician language), atop a 1293-metre pass some 150 kilometres from the tomb of St. James, is the church of Santa María la Real, site of a powerful Eucharistic miracle.
May 17, 2021
It is impossible to visit Roncesvalles as a pilgrim and remain unmoved by the presence of those, who have left their mark here through the centuries by their faith and prayers, or by their deaths, or by the deeply rooted tradition of Christian charity with which they have been received.
April 09, 2021
Saints and sinners, miracles and miscreants, and even Old Scratch himself … the literature associated with the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela abounds in characters and tales as colorful, instructive and entertaining as anything in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.
March 09, 2021
Anyone undertaking the journey this Jubilee Year will not only be immersed in one of Christendom’s most venerable traditions, but will chart a course into the Camino’s future.
March 01, 2021
Curtis Williams, veteran leader of Camino pilgrimages, reflects on the changing nature of the famous pilgrimage route in the Jubilee Year of St James
February 01, 2021
How did the relics of St. James, martyred by King Herod Agrippa I in Jerusalem in AD 44, end up in the remote and wild northwestern corner of Roman Hispania in the first place? Curtis Williams takes us to the crossroads of history and legend.
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