The Columban Way

Welcome to the Columban Way, the Irish section of the Via Columbani Tracing its way from Mt Leinster to Bangor, across Ireland and eight countries of Europe to Bobbio in Northern Italy, it echoes a tradition of pilgrimage by uniting different counties and countries in a vision of a common humanity.
It is inspired by St Columbanus, a 6th century monk and pilgrim. His messages, though delivered nearly 1500 years ago, have a remarkable relevance today.



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