Monday 31st August
"When I heard you were ill, I decided to go on pilgrimage to Walsingham ... for you."
A pilgrim travelling to Walsingham in 1484, Paston Letters
From its very beginnings in 1061 AD, pilgrims have come to Walsingham to ask Mary for help, healing and to pay homage to her, and there are innumerable testimonies of miracles, cures and answers to prayers over many hundreds of years.
The Pilgrimage for Healing and Renewal is traditionally held on August Bank Holiday and attracts many hundreds of pilgrims to the Anglican Shrine. Last year's pilgrimage was held outdoors at the Altar of the Mysteries of Light on a glorious summer day. Sadly it isn't possible for us to hold such a large public gathering this year with the Covid-restrictions in place. Instead, we will be celebrating the 2020 Pilgrimage for Healing and Renewal online.
Please join us on Monday 31st August for our Pilgrimage for Healing and Renewal @ Home where we hope you will be able to experience some of the beauty and holiness of this special and uplifting day.
Monday 31st August
12 noon Mass from the Holy House (coverage starts from 11.50 am)
12.45pm Homily by The Revd Canon Paul Greenwell
6.00pm Shrine Prayers from the Holy House
Scroll down to view the first of our online services.
Monday, 12 noon: Mass from the Holy House
Join Fr Kevin Smith, Priest Administrator, live from the Holy House on this special pilgrimage day. The live-stream will begin at 11.50 am.
Monday, 6.00pm: Shrine Prayers from the Holy House
Click below from 5.55pm to join us for Shrine Prayers on this special pilgrimage day for healing and renewal.
Make an offering
As a national centre of pilgrimage and a registered charity, the Shrine’s income is wholly reliant on the income we receive from our pilgrims and visitors and the money raised through offerings and appeals. Donations of all sizes make a real difference to the life of the Shrine and the outreach work and pastoral care that we are able to deliver.