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New Spiritual Exercise: The Angelus Promise

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The Angelus derives its name from the first word of the Latin, Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariæ (the Angel of the Lord declared unto Mary). It is a short prayer of devotion, which commemorates and honours the mystery of the Incarnation, traditionally repeated three times a day: in the morning, at midday and in the evening, at the sound of the Angelus bell, except in the Read more


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The Guild of Our Lady of Ransom in partnership with the National Shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham announces a two year ‘Dowry Tour’, which will see the statue of Our Lady of Walsingham leaving her hallowed seat in the Slipper Chapel visiting the Cathedrals of England.

This tour is part of the spiritual preparation for England’s re-dedication as the Dowry of Read more

Divine Mercy in Walsingham

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Walsingham's Divine Mercy Pilgrimage.

Theme: Building and protecting the culture of life in the British Isles. Special intentions: 50th Anniversary of the 1967 Abortion Act and the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland.

The Morning Programme begins at 9.55 am at the Priory Gates on Walsingham High Street and is followed by a silent Procession with the Divine Mercy Image Read more

Rosary on the Coast. 29th April 2018

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Prayer Resource: National Prayer of Reparation for the 1967 Abortion Act

Rosary on the Coast is a lay-initiative for the renewal of faith in the British Isles.

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England’s Nazareth and the Successor of St Francis

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St. Joseph’s Solemnity was the perfect feast for the Guardian of the charism of St Francis to historically visit England’s Nazareth for the very first time.

As Successor to the saint whom in his time heard God say ‘Francis, go and rebuild my Church’, Friar Marco Tasca, Minister General of the Order of Friars Minor Conventual (Greyfriars), responded to the voice of Read more


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Good Friday in the Slipper Chapel witnessed Our Lady of Walsingham wearing her Mantilla and Cope, solemnly gazing out towards the British Isles in commemoration of the crucifixion and triumph of good over evil. It was hard not to imagine her thinking about the 9 million unborn babies over the past 50 years whose lives tragically have ended through abortion in the UK. Women Read more

Honouring the second disciple of Christ, St Joseph

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In preparation for the Solemnity of St Joseph on March 19th, 2018, Delegates of the UK’s first Symposium on St Joseph, which was held in partnership with the National Shrine of St Joseph, arrived from across the country to contemplate various themes concerning the Husband of Mary.

Three days before the Solemnity of St Joseph, the talk title of ‘The Annunciation of St Read more

East Anglia to join in Rosary on the Coast prayers

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A Rosary on the Coast for Faith, Life & Peace in the British Isles is set to take place on Sunday 29th April 2018, at 3pm. A number of locations in East Anglia have already signed up to take part.

Bishop Alan Hopes has lent his support: “I commend wholeheartedly the national prayer initiative Rosary on the Coast. Our parishes are encouraged to Read more

Final profession of Sr Theresa of the Community of Our Lady of Walsingham

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Please pray for Sr Theresa, of the Community of Our Lady of Walsingham, as she prepares to make her final profession of vows on Saturday 7th April. All are welcome to attend the Mass which will take place during the 12.00 Mass in the Chapel of Reconciliation at the RC National Shrine, Walsingham.

If you know Sr Theresa personally and would like to Read more

The Walsingham Way - Pilgrim Handbook

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"Not that long ago, all roads led to Walsingham, that was the epicentre of this country,
because it was the epicentre of faith".
(Cardinal Vincent Nichols)

Pilgrims come to Walsingham for many reasons, but the heart of a pilgrimage is to give thanks, and to seek guidance in doing the Will of God in our lives, often in trying and difficult circumstances. The Read more