Camino on Compass

http://www.abc.net.au/compass/s2848582.htm

Excerpt from the website:

There’s a modern day revival in the age-old habit of pilgrimage, and parishioners from St Joseph’s Church in Subiaco, Perth have created their own, Camino Salvado. Compass joins the inaugural pilgrimage for a six day walk from Perth to the Benedictine Monastery at New Norcia. The Camino Salvado follows in the footsteps of Spanish monk, Dom Rosendo Salvado. In the mid-1800s he walked to from Perth to New Norcia many times as he built a unique aboriginal mission, enduring tragedy and hardship along the way. Now a century and half later, 30 pilgrims will explore the modern day appeal of an age old tradition, and learn about the history of Dom Salvado’s historic journeys.

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