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Season Two of the Sacred Steps Podcast launches on August 4, 2021.
The new 15-episode season includes five episodes highlighting pilgrimage in the British Isles, including an interview with British Pilgrimage Trust co-founder Dr. Guy Hayward.
To celebrate the new season and two of Kevin’s pilgrimage walks in the U.K., we’re giving away a copy of the British Pilgrimage Trust’s new book: Britain’s Pilgrim Places.
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Husband. Father. Backpacker. Pilgrim.
Kevin Donahue began walking pilgrimage routes in 2019, joining the footprints of pilgrims seeking places and people to inspire questions and enlighten answers about faith, hope, and love. His passion for these historic footpaths and reflections from his journeys form the basis for his first book, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal.
In his second book, The Pilgrims’ Table, Donahue takes on the role of storyteller, blending tales from pilgrims with his own experiences along the Camino de Santiago and Via Francigena. Drawn from authentic experiences, The Pilgrims’ Table is a heartfelt look at the transformational power of pilgrimage as seen through the eyes of five pilgrims from across the world, who find themselves joined together for one memorable dinner.
When he’s not on pilgrimage, Kevin hosts the Sacred Steps Podcast, streaming on Apple, Spotify, YouTube, or your preferred podcast app.
At the crossroads of history and faith, a reluctant pilgrim embarks on a modern pilgrimage along the world’s most revered footpaths. Tracing history’s footsteps, his experiences inspire questions and enlighten answers to the eternal questions of faith, hope, and love.
Available from print and digital booksellers, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal explores the historical context and the modern experience of pilgrimage. Donahue’s journeys take him through Portugal and Spain on the Camino de Santiago, along America’s Pacific Coast connecting the California Missions Trail, across receding tides to Holy Island, from London to Canterbury along Britain’s historic Pilgims’ Way, and onward towards Rome via Europe’s Via Francigena on a journey of discovery.