June 17 -27, 2020
Pilgrimage package includes:
All Accommodations: Pilgrims will stay in local hotels and refugios. Accommodations will either be shared (sometimes in bunk beds and often in double rooms), with a limited number of single room upgrades.
Meals: Breakfasts, lunches and dinners are provided throughout the pilgrimage, with the exception of two lunches and one dinner, which are out-of-pocket.
Transportation: Air-conditioned coach buses will be provided to transport pilgrims along the journey.
English-speaking guide and entrance fees:
Included in the price:
10 nights in single/double occupancy
Guided spiritual direction and Tours
Double room: USD$ 3195/person
Single room: USD$ 3695/person
Payment plans are available. Contact us for more information.
Transportation to Spain
Meals and drinks not specified
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Kathleen McAlpin, RSM, is a member of the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy and served many years in Formation and New Membership Programs. She holds a Doctor of Ministry from the Toronto School of Theology and a Master’s in Pastoral Studies from Loyola University in Chicago. She is a graduate of the Center for Religious Development in Cambridge, MA in Spiritual Direction and Supervision. Kathleen assisted in the creation of the Spiritual Direction Program at Neumann College in Aston, PA. She created the Diploma Program in Spiritual Direction at Regis College in Toronto where she also directed the Integration for Ministry Master’s program. She is an adjunct faculty member for the Christian Spirituality Program at Creighton University in Omaha. Kathleen serves on the Spiritual Direction Formation Team at Cranaleith Spiritual Center in Philadelphia which focuses on the Contemplative Tradition, the Charism of Mercy, and the art of spiritual accompaniment with those on the margins of life.
Father Jose Luis Iriberri SJ
Father Jose serves as Director of the Pilgrim Office of the Ignatian Way in Spain. He has been guiding international pilgrim groups since 2012 and is a promoter of the Way through publications and conferences throughout the world.
Born in Barcelona in 1959, Father Jose has been a member of the Society of Jesus since 1981 and a priest since 1992. He holds a degree in Biology from the University of Barcelona and in Theology from the University of Louvain in Belgium. After attending two years in the center Lumen Vitae in Brussels, he earned a Master in Counseling from the Ramon Llull University in Barcelona. He has studied in Jesuit formation in Belfast, worked for the Jesuit Refugee Service in Morocco and was the founder and first director of the Service Accueil Migrants in Casablanca.
Father Jose is trained in Appreciative Coaching and is a certified professor of the Enneagram (Pastoral Institute, Loyola University, Chicago), offering training workshops on the Enneagram since 1998.