American Pilgrims on the Camino extends its sincerest condolences to those affected by the tragic events in Barcelona on August 17, 2017.  The people of Catalonia are in our hearts and thoughts.  May the peace and brotherhood of the Camino de Santiago prevail throughout the world.

American Pilgrims on the Camino estenen les seves més sinceres condolences als afectats pels tràgics esdeveniments de Barcelona el 17 d'agost de 2017. Els ciutadans de Catalunya són els nostres cors i pensaments. Que prevalgui la pau i la fraternitat del Camí de Santiago a tot el món.
 

American Pilgrims on the Camino les ofrece sus condolencias a todos que han sido impactados por los atentados en Barcelona el 17 de agosto de 2017.  La gente de Catalonia  esta en nuestro corazón y nuestros pensamientos.  Esperamos que la paz y la hermandad del Camino de Santiago prevalezcan en el mundo.

 

American Pilgrims Local Chapters

There's a good chance that you live close to an American Pilgrims local chapter! Local chapters were created to bring the Camino experience closer to home - to help would-be and veteran pilgrims connect with or to stay connected with the Camino. Whether you are a past, future or possible peregrino, you ought to check it out. If you live in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area you're invited to a potluck luncheon, Sunday, August 13th. The details of that event and a map showing locations and links to the existing individual chapters are all to found on the  Local Chapters page!

American Pilgrims Clean Camino competition winners!

American Pilgrims on the Camino is proud to launch its Clean Camino logo in the hopes of bringing awareness to the issue of increasing litter along the Camino. The slogan was submitted by Terry Kristensen and Kevin Metz and the logo artwork is a creation of Kevin Metz. With this logo in mind, it is our hope that all pilgrims will do their part to maintain a pristine Camino!