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The Faith's Way (O Caminho da Fé)

The Faith’s Way Index page

This is just an index page to all blog posts I’ve publish about the “Caminho da Fé”. All links open in a new tab.

Click here for the Faith’s Way Photo Flickr Photo Collection Page

Faith’s Way playlist in the EyeCycled YouTube Channel:

Blog Posts published BEFORE I started

  1. 13 Sep 2017: Mourning the death of a dear and close companion
  2. 15 Sep 2017: The Faith’s Way (Caminho da Fé)

Blog Posts published AFTER the pilgrimage

  1. 28 Feb 2018: Introduction and Day ZERO
  2. 28 Mar 2018: Day 1 of the Pilgrimage, covering stages 1, between Sertãozinho and Dumont, and 2, between Dumont and Cravinhos. Includes both videos.
  3. 22 Apr 2018: Day 2 of the pilgrimage, between Cravinhos and Santa Rosa de Viterbo in the state of São Paulo.
  4. 21 Jun 2018: Day 3 of the pilgrimage, between Santa Rosa de Viterbo and Casa Branca in the state of São Paulo.
  5. Post will be about the 2nd day of the pilgrimage. Currently working on it…

If you are planning to do this pilgrimage yourself, the links below point to other online resources that may aid in your preparation.

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Public Facebook group of the Brazilian Faith's Way pilgrimage: I created this group on Facebook because I couldn't find any other English language groups on the subject. There are many other groups available, some with thousands of members, but the official language is Portuguese.  You are welcome to join us, share your experience and ask any questions you might have about this pilgrimage.


Logo Caminho da FeFriends of the Caminho da Fé Association: The "Must Go" place to plan for your pilgrimage. From there you can download the official map, the accommodation's guide and many other tips and hints on how to prepare and be successful in your pilgrimage. Page is now available in English and Spanish too.


Wikipedia page for the Caminho da Fé: Still very little written in English  here, but it may grow in the future.


Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida Official page: Only parts of the site are in English and Spanish, but they provide very interesing historical information about the Basilica.


Wikipedia page for the Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida: Historical information and many languages. This link is for the English language.


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