London Oratory pilgrimage to Walsingham

Readers may be interested in this notice received from Fr Rupert McHardy at the London Oratory:

Oratory Pilgrimage to Walsingham June 30th

Walsingham is England's most important Marian shrine, dating back to the mid-11th century. For a number of years the Oratory has been taking a pilgrimage to this great shrine. The day includes Mass and a Procession. This year the Sung Mass will be in the Traditional Rite. A bus leaves from outside the V & A Museum at 8.30. We should be back in London by 8pm. Do encourage others to come. Tickets may be bought from the Oratory House. Bring a packed lunch with you.

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