The renowned Statue of Our Lady of Walsingham from the Slipper Chapel in Walsingham is presently touring all the Catholic Cathedrals of England, the Dowry of Mary in a mission of prayer for the re-evangelisation and conversion of England and her peoples.
Next week, Our Lady of Walsingham will be in St George's Cathedral in Southwark, from Thursday evening (5pm) 21 February to lunch time on Saturday 23 February 2019.
As a special grace for Our Lady's Dowry Tour a 'Holy House' is built in each Cathedral in which Our Blessed Mother and her divine Child are honoured as they were in Walsingham of old.
There is something about the simplicity of this Holy House which draws people into deep prayer.
It is a great privilege to have the Statue of Our Lady of Walsingham from the Slipper Chapel. For this statue is the most miraculous and renowned in the whole of England!
Mgr John Armitage, the Rector of Our Lady's Shrine will be present throughout and will give varying talks. On Friday night that he will give a talk at 6pm, Mass follows at 7pm and then there is a Eucharistic Healing Service.
If choir groups happen to come together we would appreciate to include impromptu singing of your beautiful Marian anthems and hymns … just come and let me know and I will arrange a time for you!
5pm Shrine and exhibition opens
6pm Rosary and Litany of English Saints
7pm Opening Holy Mass
8pm Talk on Dowry of Mary by Mgr John Armitage
8.40pm Sung Litany and Salve Regina
8.45am Holy Hour, Sacrament of Reconciliation at 9.15a,
11.am Talk on Dowry of Mary by Mgr John Armitage
12 noon Angelus
3pm Divine Mercy devotions
3.45pm Angelus and Rosary for religious Vocations
5.30pm Evening Prayer
6pm Angelus and talk
7pm Holy Mass followed by Healing Service
10.15am Talk by Mgr John Armitage
11am Adoration and Reconciliation
Noon Angelus, Litany of Our Lady
12.30pm Closing Mass in Honour of Our Lady of Walsingham
Read more about the Dowry Tour here: http://dowrytour.org.uk
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