Page 7, 17th June 1949

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Page 7, 17th June 1949 — Archbishop Led Birmingham Men To Walsingham
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Archbishop Led Birmingham Men To Walsingham

Over 60 men led by Mgr. Masterson, Archbishop of Binningham, went on Pilgrimage to Walsingham on Saturday last. The pilgrims left Birmingham early in the morning after Mass, celebrated by Archbishop Masterson in St. Chad's Cathedral. They were later joined by a party of 100 men from Coventry, led by Mgr. Canon Emery, V.G.

Arriving at Walsingham in the afternoon, the pilgrims walked in procession from the Slipper Chapel to the Shrine Of Our Lady. where Benediction was given by the Archbishop.




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