Concordia (and theological studies) has been getting some good coverage out of the 2016 Icelandic pilgrimage!
July 2016 interview with CBC Radio One Montreal show ‘All in a Weekend’ hosted by the gracious and thoughtful Nantali Ndongo, about my pilgrimage to Iceland: http://www.cbc.ca/player/AudioMobile/All%2Bin%2Ba%2BWeekend%2BMontreal/ID/2691810738/
June 2016 interview in French with Radio-Canada host Anne-Marie Yvon about the May 3-5 pilgrimage between Old Montreal and Kahnawake Mohawk Territory: http://www.rcinet.ca/fr/2016/06/01/un-pelerinage-urbain-pour-combattre-lignorance-kahnawake/
Here it is, April 2016 and for the third year in a row, Sara Terreault and I are planning to lead a pilgrimage of Concordia students and others from Old Montreal to Kahnawake Mohawk territory. Here’s an interview taken two years ago with Sonali Karnick of CBC Montreal about our trek! (click on the link below)
And here’s an article from the Concordia magazine about the walk: https://www.concordia.ca/content/shared/en/news/main/stories/2014/06/18/from-old-montrealtokahnawakea34kmpilgrimagetocombatignorance.html
A nationally-broadcast (Canada) CBC Radio One interview with Sonali Karnick of CBC Montreal’s program “All in a Weekend”, about the spirituality of pilgrimage and some of my experiences. Broadcast Easter morning 2014:
A mini-documentary, shot in summer 2015 by George Tsougrianis of South-West News, about Hugh Henry and my 250 km pilgrimage along the North West Mounted Police Patrol Trail. You can see the 16 minute documentary here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLUdJZC72GU&feature=youtu.be&t=2m45s
An interview conducted with me by Dr Christine Jamieson of the Dept of Theological Studies, Concordia University Montreal, on the subject of Martin Luther, the Reformer
Something Grand: The Camino
Matthew Anderson produced the film. He’s a part-time professor in theological studies at Concordia University, as well as at Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability.
Last spring, he climbed over the Pyrenees with groups of pilgrims on the 800-km walk to Santiago and asked them ‘why are you doing this?’
An interview with CBC Montreal’s “All in a Weekend” on the Camino documentary “Something Grand”. Aired December 17, 2012. Click below:
Montreal Gazette / MediaPost article on Pilgrimage, Easter 2013
CBC Radio One Montreal “All in a Weekend” with host Sonali Karnick – an interview January 2014 in preparation for the conference “Beyond Dreamcatchers: Aboriginal Theology and Spirituality in the Canadian Context”. I was interviewed with co-organizer Dr Christine Jamieson:
An article on Pilgrimage, fall 2014, in the Catholic Times:
An article, in Finnish, published in a Finnish newspaper, September 2014, on my documentary about Finnish emigrants and their hybrid identities, as expressed in music:
A 12 minute radio interview from May 3, 2015, with All in a Weekend CBC Radio One Montreal host Nantali Indongo, about the Montreal premiere of my documentary about Finns and the question ‘Where is home?’.
July 20, 2015, radio interview with CKOM Saskatoon’s John Gormley about my pilgrimage along the 310 km North West Mounted Police Patrol Trail. Live on the phone from our abandoned farm house where we were eating lunch and taking refuge from the heat and the sun: http://ckom.com/audio/dr-matthew-andersond-21-day-310-km-trek-across-southwest-saskatchewan-and-join-show/569417
July 20 print article in the Gull Lake Advance newspaper, about the North West Mounted Police Trail pilgrimage Gull Lake Advance July 20 2015
Interview (in French) and an accompanying web essay, with Radio-Canada, about my pilgrimage on the North West Mounted Police Trail, in SK, July and August 2015 http://ici.radio-canada.ca/emissions/pour_faire_un_monde/2014-2015/chronique.asp?idChronique=380260
An article about Hugh Henry and my pilgrimage across the North West Mounted Police trail, appearing in the Prairie Post Aug 28, 2015 Prairie Post Aug 28 2015