Four walking days (six nights) Tuesday evening 8 October – Monday morning 14 October
These ‘camino’ experiences provide an opportunity for encountering Ignatian Spiritualty, discerning and listening to God’s presence in Nature. Step aside from everyday life, walk, reflect, experience nature day after day, time in silence, conversation and listening to God’s presence.
As a small group of pilgrims, you will walk part of the route in South Australia taken by the first Jesuits who arrived in 1848. The Australian Ignatian Trail finishes at Sevenhill where the Jesuits established the first vineyard of Clare Valley in 1851.
A moderate level of walking fitness and overall good health is essential.
The group will be supported by leaders from JISA’s Being with God in Nature ministry: Iain Radvan SJ, Geraldine Naismith, Jan Fitzpatrick, Michael Bertie, and Michael Anderson.