Camino Chaplaincy

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This week I am in Santiago de Compostela volunteering as part of an English speaking chaplaincy team. Each day we are welcoming people who arrive into the city and offering a quiet space for prayer and reflection. At 10.30 each day we have Mass in English in the cathedral followed by coffee and a chat at a local cafe. The chaplaincy office is open again from 5 pm and there is also a prayer space in our chapel at the cathedral. At 7.30 taize style prayer in the chaplaincy office. I’ll post more about it as the week goes on.

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7 Responses to “Camino Chaplaincy”

  1. Ann Marie Walsh Says:

    Lynne,
    May this be a truly blessed experience for you and all with you! Keep us in your prayers.
    Blessings, Ann Marie, fcJ

  2. mark mcdonagh (@mcdonagh27) Says:

    Hi Lynne, Mark and I have just discovered your posts. Wonderful to hear your news. Prayers as always Emma McDonagh

  3. Lewis Says:

    We typed in Camino chaplaincy and found this blog. Thanks once again for the welcome into Santiago, and the opportunities you provided to pray. Lewis and Richard.

  4. clarefcj Says:

    What a very special ministry…

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