Timothy Egan

Pulitzer-prize winner and author of “A Pilgrimage to Eternity: From Canterbury to Rome in Search of a Faith”

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Journalist and a New York Times bestselling author    Timothy Egan   , talks to KCRW host Jonathan Bastian about his adventures walking the    Via Francigena    trail and describes how…

Timothy Egan on finding faith on the pilgrim’s trail

Journalist and a New York Times bestselling author Timothy Egan , talks to KCRW host Jonathan Bastian about his adventures walking the Via Francigena trail and describes how…

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