Author, trekker and speaker Tony Kriz explores how to experience the best of the pilgrim life in the every day and close to home.
10,000 Steps Superstars - Katy & Doug + Gunnar
"Solvitur ambulando" means "it is solved (saved) by walking. On today's
episode, Tony talks with three pilgrims who have gone over 1000 days
meeting their 10,000 daily step goal without missing a day.
The Priestly Pilgrim
Long walks, lost baggage, middle-aged sabbaticals and the challenge of mutuality. Tony talks to Dr. Bradley Swope in the days just following his first experience on the Camino de Santiago. Brad's memories are so fresh he can still smell the aromas. Please join the conversation.
Open Heart, Curious Mind with Kaira and Santiago
Santiago is from Spain. Kaira is from the US. Both are pilgrims. They were pilgrims before they met each other on the Camino... but, just as with life, when your heart is open and your mind is curious, unexpected things can happen. This is their story.
Today, they live and work in the Portland, Oregon area.
Kaira West helps people fulfill their dreams of a new home: http://www.homesbykaira.com
Bonus Pod: Producer Mark, Live from the Camino de Santiago
From two-thirds into his trek along the distance of the Camino Frances, Producer Mark Portrait gives us his "in the moment" thoughts and feelings about being a pilgrim. This is his first time on a pilgrimage of this magnitude and he has much to share.
Engaging Sensuality with Brent Rodriguez-Plate
Our guest is a treasure trove:
S. Brent Rodriguez-Plate is a writer, editor, public speaker, and college professor. He's interested in how sensuality affects spirituality. His writings all circle around questions of the ways sense perceptions influence ways of being religious, and how religious traditions change our ways of perceiving the world around us. In other words, religion and spirituality are rooted in the body. Along these lines, he has authored and edited fifteen books, while his essays have appeared in Salon.com among other journals. He is the co-founder and managing editor of "Material Religion: The Journal of Objects, Art, and Belief," co-founder and president of SCRIPT (Society for Comparative Research in Iconic and Performative Texts).
Trekking Prince Edward Island
Today's guest is Bryson Guptill, an ambassador of the Island Walk on Prince Edward Island.
Imagine a Camino experience in North America, walking around Prince Edward Island on marked paths, with views of the crashing surf, lighthouses and the land of Anne of Green Gables. Bryson has worked to create this experience for pilgrims like us. Listen and plan to add the Island Walk to your bucket list.
National Geographic Article
Island Walk Map: https://theislandwalk.ca/Island-Walk-Map
Island Walk Guidebook: https://theislandwalk.ca/the-island-walk-guidebook/
Like having tea with some close friends
Kari and Tony have really expanded the idea of pilgrimage for me. Finding wholeness in the ordinary, sometimes monotonous days can be so difficult. Pilgrim Lost has really helped me work toward finding joy, grace for myself, and grace for others every day instead of waiting for the perfect pilgrim walk. Loving these conversations!! Thank you for sharing!
A beautiful and honest conversation about our shared humanity. I highly recommend listening in on these conversations. I’m certain you’ll leave them feeling inspired, more curious, and hopefully a little less alone.
For those of us who have walked part or all of the Camino, this is a treasure. Thank you for creating this podcast.