Posts tagged pilgrimage

A Special Weekend: Arundel Pilgrimage.

For the Year of Mercy, the Ordinariate has held a variety of Pilgrimages. Many of our group and plenty from others met at Arundel to have a day, focused around the Shrine of St Philip Howard. In fact we counted representatives from at least 8 groups, many from Kent and Sussex and from as far […]

Pilgrimage to the tomb of St Philip Howard, Arundel

Tomorrow many people from the Ordinariate, especially those from the Kent and Sussex groups will be traveling on pilgrimage to Arundel. This is part of the Called to be…programme for this year. This is the timetable for the day: 11.00am Confessions start at the Fitzalan Chapel. We will access the chapel via the High Street […]

Our home in England.

Several of our group travelled up to Norfolk for the Ordinariate pilgrimage to Walsingham on 25th June. (We forgot our camera so the official pictures can be found on the Ordinariate Flickr page) At our arrival at the Shrine, having walked the Holy Mile out of the village, we were welcomed by Mgr John Armitage. […]

Heading for England’s Nazareth.

This morning, a group from Eastbourne will be heading north, to Walsingham ready for the Ordinariate Pilgrimage on Saturday. A historic day, it is also a chance of us to gather and meet up with other Ordinariate members, not easy when our part of the Catholic Church is non-geographical. Walsingham is a key part of […]

Pilgrimage to Walsingham

Last weekend several of us headed up to Walsingham for the first Ordinariate Pligrimage. For some of us, it was returning to a place that is close to our hearts and the scene of many times of drawing close to God. For one of our party it was a first time experience. We began in […]

Reasons to be joyful…

I find myself still thinking over our time in Lourdes. It is characteristic of experiences that have profoundly drawn us to God that we need time to ‘unpack’ what has gone on. Almost two weeks since we returned, looking at the whole pilgrimage, the aspect that has stayed with me is that of joy. We […]