Statue of Our Lady of Walsingham

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Salford 2024 Pilgrimage to Walsingham 4th May

Salford 2023 Pilgrimage to Walsingham 19/20th May

Bishop John puts trust, hope, and mission at the heart of his Walsingham homily as more than 500 pilgrims from across our diocese gathered at Our Lady’s shrine on 20th May 2023

Read more at https://www.dioceseofsalford.org.uk/walsingham-homily-2023/

Walsingham Pilgrimage 2023

On Friday, 19th May three parishioners joined the annual Salford Diocese Pilgrimage to Norfolk to the shrine of Our Lady in Walsingham.

Despite the long cross-country journey we arrived in time to enjoy the afternoon sunshine, as we visited the beautiful church and grounds of the Anglican shrine. After a very substantial evening meal, there was a Holy Hour with beautiful hymns (several of them unknown to us) and after the closing Benediction we joined a torchlight procession round the village of Walsingham, ending at Our Lady’s grotto in the gardens of Elmham House.

After a free Saturday morning, we assembled at 1.00 p.m. together with day-pilgrims who had now arrived. About 500 people joined Bishop John and diocesan priests. The statue of Mary was crowned and then we all set off in procession to walk the Holy Mile to the Catholic shrine.The route follows the old railway-track and is beautiful, with either side of the path full of wild flowers, and with wonderful views of the Norfolk countryside beyond.
Once at the Slipper Chapel we had time to look round before gathering at 4 p.m. for the Pilgrims’ Mass. The weather was perfect, so the glass-doors behind the altar were opened and we were able to sit outside for Mass. Afterwards it was time to board the coaches for the journey home.

It had been a wonderful couple of days in this holy and peaceful place – ‘England’s Nazareth’.
(Report by Dorothy Mortiboy)

The Rededication of England as the Dowry of Mary Mass on 20th March 2020

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