Camino Nova Scotia: Slighe nan Gàidheal/The Gaels’ Trail 2020

Cape Breton Island

 

An AST summer pilgrimage
Co-presented by Atlantic School of Theology and the Office of Gaelic Affairs, Province of Nova Scotia

Ever wonder what a pilgrimage is all about?
Need to recharge by unplugging?
Need to give your life a good spiritual and physical shake-up?
Want to connect with other spiritual seekers using the most ancient, low-tech, zero-emission method of transportation?

Camino Nova Scotia is an exciting opportunity to walk a 5-day pilgrimage through Canada’s beautiful east coast landscape.  Each walk is a unique spiritual, cultural, musical, and physical adventure! 


In light of travel & gathering restrictions related to COVID-19, ALL 2020 PILGRIMAGE WALKS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED.

Camino Nova Scotia, in partnership with the Office of Gaelic Affairs (Province of Nova Scotia), plans to offer Slighe nan Gàidheal / The Gaels’ Trail in the summer & fall of 2021.  This will be an exciting opportunity to explore the physical geography of Cape Breton Island and the Gaelic history of this remarkable region.

 

Learn more about Camino Nova Scotia

https://www.anglicanjournal.com/camino-nova-scotia-offers-education-for-the-soul/

Questions?

Looking for more information? Email camino.novascotia@gmail.com.

Camino NS is on Facebook!

Atlantic School of Theology thanks the Office of Gaelic Affairs and Province of Nova Scotia for their financial support of Camino Nova Scotia: Slighe nan Gàidheal / The Gaels’ Trail 2020.

To obtain further information on Gaels’ language, culture and identity in Nova Scotia, please e-mail GAELICINFO@novascotia.ca or visit http://gaelic.novascotia.ca/ or Gaelic Affairs’ Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/gaelicaffairs/

Camino Nova Scotia is a trademark of Atlantic School of Theology.
All materials related to Camino Nova Scotia are copyright
© 2020 Atlantic School of Theology.

Top