Our Lady’s Mirror

Spring Summer 1929

The Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in the parish church
Production of this number is so late that it is produced as a double number instead of separate Spring and Summer copies. A pilgrimage is being arranged to visit the Holy Places during the month of June, 1930. Father Hope Patten, Vicar of the Pilgrimage Church of Our Lady of Walsingham, has kindly consented to act as Chaplain. Major Adderley, who has already taken out three pilgrimages, will make all arrangements and act as conductor. As in previous years, seventeen days will be spent in the Holy Land itself. This has been found necessary in order to avoid undue rush and to enable pilgrims to form lasting impressions of what they have seen, and to have time to revisit places more than once. [click here to read the full piece] Priests from America are beginning to find their way to Walsingham, one conducting a weekend pilgrimage for Holy Cross, St Pancras, and two visiting with pilgrims from Yorkshire. articles: [A.L.], 'Loreto'; 'Our Lady of Egmanton'; G.S.Dunbar, 'Our Lady's Sanctuaries in England', reprinted from Credo, 1924 photograph: the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in the parish church [above] gifts: silver crown for Our Lady, given by Oxford pilgrims; a new veil from one of the Yorkshire pilgrims.