Tomorrow, September 16, is the feast day of Saint Ninian. In July, together with Christine Ramsay, Ken Wilson, and Sara Parks, I walked the Whithorn Way in Scotland, the medieval Royal pilgrimage route to St Ninian. To honour Saint Ninian Day here’s a short video of that pilgrimage!
In the footsteps of a missing saint…
- Post author By somethinggrand
- Post date September 15, 2019
- 2 Comments on In the footsteps of a missing saint…
- Tags Ayrshire, Christine Ramsay, Concordia University, Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association, Crossraguel, CUPFA, Dumfries and Galloway, Galloway, Glenluce, Isle of Whithorn, Ken Wilson, Machars, Matthew Anderson, Matthew R. Anderson, Ninian, Ninian's Cave, Ninian's Chapel, pilgrim, Pilgrimage, pilgrimage studies, pilgrims, Saint Ninian, Sara Parks, South-West Scotland, St. Ninian, Whithorn, Whithorn Experience, Whithorn Priory, Whithorn Trust, Whithorn Way
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2 replies on “In the footsteps of a missing saint…”
Lovely images! A pilgrimage decidedly unlike that in Saskatchewan, though. Loved the images of the votives….
The votives really were striking. And you’re so right. Where were the scones and tea on the Saskatchewan pilgrimages? 🙂