Anam Cara Sojourners hosted a spiritual pilgrimage to Ireland on July 2-10. Pictured here, atop Croagh Patrick on July5 are (from left to right) pilgrimage participants Fred Moser, Judy Fielder, Kim Hardy, Ann Curran, Natalie Good, Wallace Good, and John Foster. Anam Cara Sojourners is a collaboration among spiritual communities including Trinity Episcopal Church, Shelburne and St. James Episcopal Church, Essex Junction. The term Anam Cara or anamchara, popularized by Irish author John O’Donohue in his 1997 book Anam Cara about Celtic spirituality, is old Gaelic meaning “soul friend.” The vision of Anam Cara Sojourners is to build a collaboration of people from various faith traditions, interested in exploring ways of experiencing God though the lens of Celtic spirituality. To learn more, or to get involved, contact the Rev. Kim Hardy at firstname.lastname@example.org.