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Along the Way!

Our annual event, Camino de Santiago, is weeks away! Let us celebrate as a Parish Family the Feast of our Patron Saint, Santiago de Compostela. Please join us on this Parish and Diocese wide event open to the public. 

Be on the look out for more news and updates!

Buen Camino!

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Registration

You may register on-line or after ALL Sunday Masses!


Register On-line Today!


REGISTRATION

Registration is now open!

Pre-registration:

May 18th-June 30th

$15 Adult (includes t-shirt)

$10 Children ages 6-12 (includes t-shirt)

July 1st-July 17th

$20 Adult (includes t-shirt)

$15 Children ages 6-12 (includes t-shirt)

Day of Camino

$20 For All

(t-shirt not included)

More information!

VOLUNTEERS

All volunteers or "pilgrim ministers" must first register at the Camino table on the Plaza or complete the online registration form.


After registering, make sure you sign up on the "Pilgrim Minister Volunteer Log"

Pilgrim Minister Coordinators

Jovie Kruki (English) 949-690-6752

Julia Barrientos (Spanish) 949-338-8172


BECOME A SPONSOR!

Becoming a sponsor is easy!

Contact: santiagoway2019@gmail.com

To inquire how to help or more information about our Camino event. 


FUN CAMINO FACTS

1. July 25th is the actual Feast Day of our Church's namesake, Jesus's apostle, St. James the Elder. The scallop is the symbol of the Camino. Originating with pilgrims walking to the shore on the Spanish coast where St. James remains were brought off a boat and laid to rest in the

Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. 


2. El Camino de Santiago in English translates to "The Way of Saint James."

In Spain, to receive a Camino certificate you must prove that you walked at least 100km (62.1 miles) on one of the Camino routes. 


3. In 2018, 300,000 "Pilgrims" claimed bragging rights for completing the Camino in Spain. 

At Santiago, we have two routes--from lake Forest Sports Park to Santiago is 4.1 miles; from St. Michael's Abbey to Santiago is 7.1 miles.