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Each year pilgrims from St C’s go on pilgrimage to Walsingham Fr Chris tells us why he goes. Walsingham, in North Norfolk, has been a place of pilgrimage for many hundreds of years. Why pilgrimage and why Walsingham? Walsingham is … Continue reading
2000 years ago a young peasant Jewish girl faced a dilemma. An angel appeared, told her she was thought highly of by God and would become the mother of the Saviour of the world if she said Yes. That for … Continue reading
We asked our pilgrims to Walsingham if they could tell us a special moment for them from this year’s pilgrimage. Here are some of the answers: Edna: The Candlelight porcession on Wednesday evening in the grounds. Vinnie: A … Continue reading
Mark and Paul send holiday greetings from the Shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham on Ash Wednesday: I was very pleased that we had finally arranged our week away and despite our original intentions to head off towards the sun … Continue reading
Walsingham pilgrimages often give us different and unusual scenes and memories.Here is a selection from this year: Some of this year’s pilgrim on our lovely visit to South Creake. The sun shone, Fr Clive welcomed us and we had a … Continue reading
During the next few months and during a sabbatical period next year I’m hoping to visit and experience different ‘thin places,’ that is places where people experience or have experienced a sense of spiritual dimensions – or, to express it … Continue reading