Posted January 20, 2014 | by Sue Kenney | in Books | no responses

It’s always such an honour to be remembered and to have impacted someone’s life. Here’s a beautiful testimonial.

Hi Sue, I’m sure you don’t remember me! But I met you several years ago when you came a guest speaker to the Toronto Writers Centre (located at Yorkville at the time). My Camino You talked about your books ‘My Camino and Confession of a Pilgrim’.

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German Translation of Chapter 7 Stone by Stone from the book My Camino

Posted October 14, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Books | no responses

My Camino

Sue Kenney

Kapitel 7

Stein um Stein


Sue in Snow 2001

Oakville Welness eventGroup Walk May 2014

Grail Lady Faire Next Week

Posted June 21, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Camino | no responses

A fabulous week is planned for the enlightened woman. On Wednesday I’ll be doing a Camino talk and on Thursday will do a barefoot walk in the forest.  An incredible group of dynamic ladies who will be sharing their wisdom and insights. More information and Register here.

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My first Camino was 11 years ago in November/December 2001

Posted November 11, 2012 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | no responses

Are you thinking about walking the Camino pilgrimage in Spain or at home?

Posted November 7, 2012 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | no responses

Walk back to what matters to you! Walk back to your true self!

Our next Your Camino Group Journey begins on May 19, 2013. Walk for 11 days on the medieval pilgrimage route in Spain with expert pilgrim Sue Kenney. Book by December 31st, 2012 and get 10% off coaching/guide fees.

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New Facebook Page for Camino Documentary

Posted November 6, 2012 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | no responses

Las Pergrinas…the women who walk.


Las Peregrinas chronicles a group of first-time women pilgrims on their own individual journeys of self-discovery as they walk for 12 days on the ancient pilgrimage route in Spain known as the Camino de Santiago de Compostela.
The Camino is a path that people have walked for over 1100 years. Pilgrims of the past went to Santiago, because the remains of St James the Apostle were alleged to be buried there. They believed if they were closer to the remains of an apostle, they would be closer to God. Modern day pilgrims come from all over the world, from all denominations and cultures to walk the mystical path. This film questions what compels modern day women to voluntarily choose to suffer both the joys and anguish of walking hundreds, sometimes thousands of kilometers on a medieval pilgrimage route in search of something more? We ask: What compels women to voluntarily choose to suffer both the joys and anguish of walking hundreds of kilometers in search of something more? We follow this group of women on the Camino documenting various stages of their quest as they talk directly to the camera in daily diaries and in unguarded highly emotional moments. We are privy to their struggles and epiphanies as they journey.
Anita is a 44 year old business executive. First generation Canadian Italian, from a family of three daughters. She’s optimistic and ready for a possibly difficult journey, and ends up in deep introspection. It’s Anita who raises possibly the most interesting question on the journey; “How much do we have to suffer in order to be happy?” Mony is a 40 year old Lebanese, Canadian MBA, former business (or sales and marketing) exec in the software industry, and now a master pilgrim. She resigned from a lucrative position to walk the Camino in 2003 and then   continued on a 5000 kilometer walk for peace from Rome to Jerusalem with another pilgrim. Mony represents hard-core pilgrim values and struggles with her natural inclination to take charge. A soldier for peace, Margie is a 56 year old retired teacher and mother of five children. A strict Roman Catholic, she walked this pilgrimage to pray for her sister in law who has Breast Cancer and for the physical challenge of the journey. “Some people came on this journey to find out who they are, I know who I am.” She came not expecting to have a religious experience but winds up mothering, mentoring and teaching two pilgrims how to pray the rosary.   Anita Shuper is a 32 year old MBA graduate looking to find meaningful work, has survived ovarian cancer and saw this journey as an opportunity for personal growth. She’s subjected to a 15th century form of blister surgery, then finds herself in hysterical laughter. Naturally funny and a source of comic relief, Anita started this journey like it was a variation on the family vacation, and   nonetheless experiences what is possibly the most profound emotional and spiritual transformation of all the pilgrims.
Sue Kenney, 50 year old writer, speaker and expert pilgrim is on her fifth Camino to Santiago, Sue brings her natural hands-off approach to this diverse group of women. A pastor or guide, she keeps the pilgrims moving in the direction of Santiago while simultaneously giving them the freedom to choose their own path, allowing the Camino to deliver what each pilgrim needs. Balancing the delicate roles of Leader, Guide, Pilgrim and Director, Sue not only brings a unique perspective to the documentary, but is presented with the opportunity to deeply understand and integrate what it means to live her life purpose as one who inspires others. Sue is a mother of three grown daughters and an author of two books on the Camino.

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My Camino Free Chapters

Posted April 13, 2011 | by Sue Kenney | in Books | no responses

Chapter 1
A Modern Day Pilgrim

Our bodies move in precision gracefully gliding as one force caressing the still water below, as if being lead by the rhythm of a secret dance. My mind was calm. My soul surrendered in a balanced state without resistance as our crew of eight strong women rowed precisely in rhythm along the shores of Lake Ontario.

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Camino De Santiago 2005

Posted December 21, 2010 | by irene | in Pilgrim Stories | no responses

The English Way
October 2005

Following a 12 day journey from Ponferrada to Santiago leading a group of five other women, Sue walked almost 220 kilometers from Santiago to A Coruna. Then she walked from Ferrol on the northern coast of Spain to Santiago, following the ancient route walked by pilgrims from the British Isles.

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Camino Frances 2005

Posted December 21, 2010 | by irene | in Pilgrim Stories | no responses

April 27, 2005.
A group journey on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela.

Fellow pilgrims,

On Sunday I arrived home from the Camino after completing my third journey. I took a small group of people with me this time and we walked 180 kilometers. We started the journey at the Brazilian refugio in Vega de Valcarce were we found the hospitality of the hospitelero, Acacia, truly a warm hospitable person creating a memorable experience for all of us.

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Portuguese Route

Posted December 21, 2010 | by irene | in Pilgrim Stories | no responses

I walked over 500 kms in 18 days. Valenca, Portugal to Santiago for Easter Sunday. Santiago to Fisterra. Fisterra to Muxia and then back to Valenca. What an incredible journey.

I left on 040404 the day before a full moon. From Toronto there was a stopover in Frankfurt. After a conversation on a pay phone there, I was professionally pick pocketed by two men. They bumped into me, spun me around and took my hand out of my pocket removing my wallet. I never carry cash but due to lack of time, I didn’t get to the bank. I lost 400 Euros. Basically my spending money for the journey. The experience reminded me about the story of the Navarrese Queen who built a gorgeous 6 arched bridge over the river Arga in Puenta la Reina. This was built so the pilgrims wouldn’t be robbed and drowned by the ferrymen in the middle of the river. Here I was a modern day pilgrim, being robbed.

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