Guide to the Camino Ignaciano


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By José Luis Iriberri, SJ, and Chris Lowney

Guide to the Camino Ignaciano

In 1522, Ignatius of Loyola decided to become a pilgrim. The consequences of this choice touch us today in this new twenty-first century pilgrimage. Thanks to this guide, we can follow in the footsteps of Ignatius and choose from our Camino’s options the level of intensity we are looking for. This guide points out the most prominent places along the route, the services available in each region and the struggles to be faced by the pilgrim who takes up the challenge. It also offers practical advice for advance preparation. Above all, it offers tips for journeying the «inner way», a path to the hearts of twenty-first century men and women following in the footsteps of Ignatius, who overcame uncertainty and hardship to find enlightenment and peace. The pilgrim, in all certainty, will not feel let down.

José Luis Iriberri Díaz is a Jesuit, pilgrim and experienced guide. The Society of Jesus assigned him the task of beginning and promoting the Camino Ignaciano in 2011. Since then, he has been balancing his job as Director of the Pilgrim’s Office with his dedication to the San Ignacio Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management in Ramon Llull University. Chris Lowney worked for JP Morgan for seventeen years as a Managing Director in New York, Tokyo, Singapore and London. He is currently board chair of Catholic Health Initiatives, one of America’s largest healthcare systems. He helped conceive the Camino Ignaciano project and has collaborated on it from its genesis.

Paperback: 220pp.

ISBN: 978-1944418731