Pilgrim Podcast explores spirituality and intention in travels and daily life and what it means to live like a pilgrim at home and abroad. In each episode, we join fellow seekers in conversation on pilgrimages abroad, meaningful journeys at home, and the surprising paths life sends us down that always lead to transformation.
About the host: Your guide here at A Sacred Journey, Lacy Clark Ellman is a spiritual director, maker, and facilitator who speaks the language of pilgrimage and is always ready for the next adventure. Learn more »
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CONTINUE THE JOURNEY
With its emphasis on spirituality and intention in travels and daily life, A Sacred Journey provides endless resources for the pilgrim at home and abroad. Sign up below to receive updates on offerings, products, and free resources so you don’t miss a thing! When you do, you’ll instantly receive a downloadable PDF of my Rule of Life written with the pilgrim in mind, Pilgrim Principles, which includes seven guideposts and practices for living and traveling like a pilgrim.
EPISODES + SHOW NOTES
Pilgrim Podcast is not currently in production, but there are plenty of episodes to inspire your journeys in the archives! Find an episode that resonates with your path below.
1: SoulStrolling with Kayce Hughlett
2: Contemplative Activism with Ryan Kuja
3: The Body + The Sacred Feminine with Jenny Wade
4: Ancestral Pilgrimage with Christine Valters Paintner
5: Rewilding + Journeying with Nature with Mary DeJong
6: The Liturgical Year with Jenn Giles Kemper
7: Vocation + Meaningful Work with Dan Cumberland
8: Silence + The Contemplative Path with Rich Lewis
9: Solo Travel + Crafting Meaningful Journeys with Amber Englund
10: (In)Fertility Journeys
1: Travel as Pilgrimage with Ryan Moore
2: Coming Out with Daniel Tidwell
3: Mysticism with Amos Smith
4: Social Change with Shawn Askinosie
5: Practicing Pilgrimage in Everyday Life with Pat Loughery
6. Listening to Dreams with Kasey Hitt
7. The Camino with Michael Snyder
8. Entering Our Places of Darkness with Vanya Steir-Van Essen
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On your computer:
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My first foray into podcasting was on the Sacred Ordinary Days Podcast with Jenn Giles Kemper of sacredordinarydays.com. In season one, we journeyed together through the liturgical year with heartfelt and practice-oriented conversations around the liturgical seasons. Because each liturgical season comes around annually, these conversations keep on giving year after year, with many individuals, small groups, and even churches listening along as they seek to be shaped by the life of Christ.
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