By 'Rosary' pilgrims
Fifteen decades of the Rosary were said every day by the 31 women-some 70 years old-who as " Our Lady's Pilgrims" have returned to London after one of the MOTO strenuous pilgrimages to Rome and other Italian cities.
" Our Lady Pilgrims" is a venture organised and led by Miss M. Whibley. M.A.. in fulfilment of a vow to Our Lady during the war.
The idea of the Rome pilgrimage arose mainly out of an article in THE Cscreoetc Heesesu entitled "Pilgrimage-Holiday Venture."
The 31-starting, according to in structions, by assembling at Victoria Station on pavement outside tearoom facing taxi rank "-visited Milan. Florence, Fresole, Lucca-to honour St. Genima Galgani, canonised by Pope Pius XI Siena and Assisi.
During their seven days in Rome, they attended two Papal audiences.