This weekend sees the first 'Two Shrines' Pilgrimage in Scotland; please say a prayer for them.
Coming up next is the Latin Mass Society's Walsingham Pilgrimage, another walking pilgrimage, to the ancient shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in Norfolk, walking the 55 miles from Ely.
There is a deadline: Monday 15th August. This is necessary for the caterers and other aspects of the pilgrimage.
The Pilgrimage runs from Thursday 25th (we gather in the afternoon and evening in Ely) to Sunday 28th, when we have our big Mass in Walsingham at 2pm, followed by a procession to the site of the Holy House. Some stay the night in Walsingham but it is possible to get back to London on Sunday. If you stay until Monday morning, we have another Mass, sung, in the Slipper Chapel at 10am.
We walk over three days the 55 miles from Ely to Walsingham, accompanied by the Traditional Mass and devotions, in the spirit of the great Chartres Pilgrimage.
Here is a little video about it. The booking page has lots more information.
It is an unforgettable experience, plus hot evening meals!
Show your devotion to Our Lady, walk in the footsteps of your Catholic predecessors, do some penance and take some important intentions to the feet of the Lady of Walsingham.
There are generous discounts for students, and all are welcome.
|Procession along the 'Holy Mile' to the site of the Holy House in Walsingham, from the|
Slipper Chapel and Catholic Shrine