Members of the parish of Boulogne, France, led by their parish priest, Fr Frederic Dominy, processed to the Shrine and the statue of Our Lady of Boulogne was then placed in the sanctuary of the Chapel of Reconciliation. After Mass, Bishop Alan Hopes greeted them and led the short procession to the Slipper Chapel, where the statue remained for the rest of the day. Read more
The Daman Community of Peterborough
Catholic Herald - The national shrine wants to upgrade its buildings and increase its role in the Church
The national shrine of Walsingham has launched a £10 million appeal to pay for new buildings and to expand its role in the Church.
The shrine, which dates back to the 11th century, is looking for £6 million to spend on upgrading buildings and accommodation. This would pay for a new cloister, refectory, conference and retreat centre, and new accommodation for the Read more
Annual National Caribbean Pilgrimage
The Annual National Caribbean Pilgrimage to Walsingham coincided with the celebration of the feast of St Peter and St Paul. After a procession, Mass was celebrated by Fr Daniel Ofere, a priest from Nigeria, who spoke of the wonderful character of the Universal Church. The pilgrimage was joined by a large number of the Punjabi Rosary Group, Coventry.
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Punjabi Rosary Group from Coventry
Sister Wendy Renate and Sister Jane Louise take final vows
On Saturday 27th Mgr Keith Newton led the Ordinariate pilgrimage using their own liturgy.
During this Mass Sister Wendy Renate and Sister Jane Louise of the Sisters of Our Lady of Reconciliation took their final vows.
Congratulations! We look forward to seeing you both at the Shrine.
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After the daily midday pilgrim Mass, Father Shafiq Abou Zayd celebrated a Melkite rite Mass in Arabic for members of the Lebanese community in London. This was a truly memorable occasion, the first time this rite and language have been used at the Shrine and a witness of support for suffering Christians in the Middle East. Father Shafiq will lead a Middle East pilgrimage Read more
The weekend of the 27th June was a remarkable one at the National Shrine. On Saturday, the Mass was celebrated in three different rites. After the daily midday pilgrim Mass, a Melkite rite Mass followed and later in the afternoon Mgr Keith Newton led the Ordinariate pilgrimage using their own liturgy. During this Mass Sister Wendy Renate and Sister Jane Louise of the Sisters Read more