On this Ice Age Trail Holy Hill section we walk from Slinger to Holy Hill WI. Holy Hill hiking on the final day of my pilgrimage allows time for reflection.
UNSTOPPABLE Stacey takes a zero-day before meeting up with the Wisconsin Way Introduction Pilgrimage led by Fr Kurz at Saint Matthias Catholic Church. Although a National Historic Site, most do not recognize St Matthias Church as a Catholic shrine in Wisconsin
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On DAY SIX of the Wisconsin Camino, we depart from one of the holy hotspots, Holy Resurrection Monastery, and visit another, Mary Queen of Our Hearts Chapel. Although the journey takes you to Catholic shrines in Wisconsin, it can be undertaken by people of any belief–like me, a Protestant.
On this stage of the Wisconsin pilgrimage, we set out in the Farm Section, but as we reach or final destination of the day, Holy Resurrection Monastery, we see the terrain becoming hillier as we enter the Forest Section. Make sure to call in advance to secure your night stay at the monastery, one of the holy hotspots on the Wisconsin Way, a Wisconsin Catholic pilgrimage.
On DAY 3 of the Wisc Way pilgrimage, we visit St. Lawrence Church Stangelville WI, Curran Spirituality Center and the Carmelite Monastery in Denmark
Just like some stages of Camino de Santiago in Spain, on DAY TWO of the Wisconsin Way, I found myself in wine country. I stopped at Parallel 44 Winery after passing a thought-invoking rogation shrine.
A short day of walking allows for spending time at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help. Here’s what you can expect during your first day on the Wisconsin Way pilgrimage
The Wisconsin Way pilgrimage is loosely based on the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain. The pilgrimage begins at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help near Green Bay, Wisconsin. And just like with Spanish Caminos, you can walk as much or as little of the route as you wish. Here’s a beginner’s guide…
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Recently, four friends and I drove to Yosemite National Park to backpack in the High Sierras. I’d first heard about this adventure from Jim and Helene Babbit who owned Babbit Trading Company in downtown Flagstaff. Although it was over 20 years ago that Helene told me this was her favorite hike, I’d been chomping at the bit to go ever since.
From this cheerful inn located in the heart of the village of Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, you can walk to the best restaurants and historic train depot. Clean, comfortable rooms and genuine hospitality make for a delightful stay at this Elkhart Lake WI lodging. Christi’s Inn is your practical alternative to Elkhart Lake hotels and Elkhart Lake resorts.
On DAY NINE of the WI Way pilgrimage, we enjoy a farm breakfast at Paluso Guest Ranch after attending a church service that seems designed for walking pilgrims. This stage
On DAY EIGHT of the WI pilgrimage, we return to Kettle Moraine State Forest on The Ice Age Tr, a National Scenic Trail. During this stage of the walking pilgrimage, we hike over eskers and around kettle lakes, evidence that glaciers shaped this stunning landscape.
We are now solidly in the Forest Section of the Wisconsin Way, AKA the Wisc Camino. Most of DAY SEVEN, we’ll be hiking Kettle Moraine State Forest on The Ice Age Trail, a National Scenic Trail. Follow along as UNSTOPPABLE Stacey learns hard lessons about being available to others.
On DAY FOUR of the Wisc Way pilgrimage, we celebrate Mass at St. James Catholic Church Cooperstown, spend time reflecting at the waters of Devil’s River near the historic Rock Mill and then saunter into Whitelaw, WI.
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