I personally associate a negative connotation with the pilgrimage when
attached to our Church. A pilgrimage to see BY's home or to visit
historical places seems to connote a sense of worship for these things.
But I also have a sense of awe, respect and gratitude when I visit Church
historical sites. Perhaps that does make these visits pilgrimages even
though I don't like to call them such!
So, you see, I am completely confused! But I still feel uncomfortable
calling them pilgrimages for some mystical unknown reason.
You mileage may DEFINITELY vary!
Stacy Smith wrote:
> A pilgrimage, I am not exactly sure. If it is a requirement for the
> faithful, then no. If it is to get a sense of our practice, faith and
> culture I guess I'd have to say yes, but in reality I'm not sure.
> >What is a pilgrimage to you?
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