Vivian's 120km Pilgrimage to Santiago

Vivian's 120km Pilgrimage to Santiago

Every year thousands of people make a pilgrimage to Santiago De Compostela, the capital of Galicia in northwest Spain, to follow in the footsteps of Catholic pilgrims who have been travelling to the Cathedral in Santiago since medieval times. Read about Vivian Novis' adventure with her family last summer, beautifully written by her brother Cory with reflections on bias, suffering and motivation.

Every year thousands of people make a pilgrimage to Santiago De Compostela, the capital of Galicia in northwest Spain, to follow in the footsteps of Catholic pilgrims who have been travelling to the cathedral in Santiago since medieval times. This summer the Novis family undertook the pilgrimage.

Vivian Novis, the youngest of three and in Year 9, completed the 120km pilgrimage with her brothers, Cory and Kenny, her mother Cate and father Tim, who's a governor here at Carwarden House and the Senior Chaplain at Wellington College. Read about Vivian's adventure with her family, written beautifully by Cory with reflections on bias, suffering and motivation. This is featured in the journal of the Down's Syndrome Association.

  1. Vivian & Cory - Santiago
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