Departure for Australia

After breakfast the group took a bus across the city to visit Antoni Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia Basilica. The amazing façade of the building houses a modern interior full of light.

Antoni Gaudí was born on 25 June 1852 and died on 10 June 1926.  Gaudí’s work reflects his passions in life: architecture, nature, and religion. Gaudí integrated ceramics, stained glass, wrought iron into his buildings. We are so pleased that we visited it. It was a fitting conclusion to our Ignatian Camino.

At 1.00pm a bus took us to Barcelona airport for our onward flight to Australia. We are nearly at the end of our amazing journey.

Tired but happy pilgrims at Barcelona Airport

Tired but happy pilgrims at Barcelona Airport

We have become a pilgrim community, and experience has been transformative in many ways. If you have the opportunity to make the Camino Ignaciano, I hope you take it.

3 thoughts on “Departure for Australia

  1. Have a safe flight. Thank you for the blog I have really loved being able to follow along the journey with you each day
    Many blessings for a good journey back to Australia and a happy homecoming. See you soon.

  2. Thank you for allowing me to be with you in spirit as you all undertook an amazing journey. Have a safe trip home, and be gentle on yourselves as you readjust to everyday life.

  3. Thank you for sharing your journey on this Ignatian Camino. We have been encouraged and inspired by your commitment to a walk which has obviously been very tough at times. We wish you all ongoing fruit as you reflect on your amazing experience. Warm wishes Chris and Jenny Gardner

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