Murray Adams, reflects on the Camino he and his wife, Candice, took from Lisbon in Portugal to Santiago de Compostela in Spain during 2018. Murray shares the initial desire that drew them to embark on the walk, their preparation and discoveries made along the way. One such discovery was, that even with the best advice from others, each pilgrim must find their own way of engaging with the Camino experience.
We too are invited to find our own way as we explore and journey on the Erromeria, virtual pilgrimage with Ignatius and our fellow travellers as we celebrate the Ignatian Year.
Click to listen to Murray’s story here:
A pharmacist for 40 years, trained as an Ignatian Spiritual director through the Arrupe program and in the local Palmerston North Diocese. Murray gives spiritual direction, is involved in the FSE ministry and giving the Full Spiritual Exercises. He currently works in diocesan catholic education sector with school staff, principals and directors of religious studies. Murray gives short retreats and travels across North Island of NZ. He is a member of the Companions Committee (www.companions.org.au) and the Ignatian Spirituality NZ Council, Murray is also a father and grandfather.