Many who attend the Annual Gathering of Pilgrims are interested in our hospitalero training. In the past, we have not been able to accommodate everyone who wished to attend. This year, if there’s enough interest, we have the capacity to offer two hospitalero trainings April 11-13, 2023, just prior to the Gathering in Zephyr Cove, NV.Read More
Join us on Saturday, December 10, 2022, for our 2nd annual open house! John Brierley, renowned , will join us to share inspirations from the Camino and his reflections on the healing power of the Camino.Read More
Our tech team continues to add content to our YouTube Channel. You can subscribe to, like and view all of our videos.Read More
s virtual “Open Houses” were a great success! Thank you so much to our speakers and singers, and to those at home who tuned in to these wonderful events.Read More
At an awards ceremony in Madrid on October 21during the XII International Congress of Jacobean Associations, American Pilgrims on the Camino was awarded the “International Jacobean Trifinium Award: a Life, a Work and an Action Program” by the Spanish Federation of Associations of Friends of the Camino de Santiago. The award has been given since 2012 to recognize those people, groups, institutions, etc., who have supported and contributed to the Camino de Santiago The first Trifinium Award was presented in 2012 by the Spanish Federation of Associations of Friends of the Camino de Santiago by virtue of celebrating its 25th anniversary that year (1987-2012) and it is triennial in nature.
American Pilgrims was awarded the prize in the “One Action” category, recognizing our grants program. The Grants program was described as an altruistic program, supporting non-profit Jacobean entities and organizations that work in Spain, Portugal and France on the Camino de Santiago and for facilitating the transit of pilgrims.Read More
The annual William & Mary Symposium on Pilgrimage Studies Nov. 12-13 will be completely virtual this year and free-of-charge. Mark your calendar to attend!Read More
Our community suffered a heartbreaking loss this past weekend. Our colleague and friend Gene McCullough died on Sunday, September 5, 2021. He was doing what he loved—biking and exploring the neighborhoods of Denver, CO. Gene was the webmaster of this website, chapter coordinator, hospitalero, mentor, friend, and so much more.Read More