To the Field of Stars: A Pilgrim's Journey to Santiago de Compostela

Kevin A Codd (Author)
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"I am about to share here a story about stars that dance. . . . If the very thought of seeing stars dance piques your curiosity at some deep level of your soul, then pay attention to what follows, for the walk to the Field of Stars, to Santiago de Compostela, is a journey that has the power to change lives forever."
-- from the introduction

"Pilgrimage" is a strange notion to our modern, practical minds. How many of us have walked to a distant holy place in order to draw nearer to God? Yet the pilgrimage experience is growing these days in various parts of the world.

Seeking to take stock of his life, Kevin Codd set out in July 2003 on a pilgrimage that would profoundly change his life. To the Field of Stars tells the fascinating story of his unusual spiritual and physical journey on foot across Spain to Santiago de Compostela, the traditional burial place of the apostle James the Greater. Each brief chapter chronicling Codd's thirty-five-day trek is dedicated to one or two days on the road. Codd shares tales of other pilgrims, his own changes of perspective, and his challenges and triumphs along the way -- all told with a disarming candor.

Seen through the eyes of a Catholic priest who honors the religious worldview that originally gave rise to these medieval odysseys, "pilgrimage" comes to life and takes on new meaning in these pages.

Product Details

Price
$20.00  $18.40
Publisher
William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Publish Date
March 18, 2008
Pages
271
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.72 X 8.99 inches | 0.86 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780802825926
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About the Author

Kevin A. Codd is pastor of Sacred Heart Catholic Church inOthello, Washington. From 2001 to 2007 he served asrector-president of The American College of Louvain, Belgium. In 2007 he completed a second pilgrimage fromLouvain to Santiago de Compostela, which he chronicledonline at kcodd.blogspot.com.