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Bank holyday

Three London churches dedicated to Our Lady were visited by parishioners of St. Benedict's Priory, Ealing, on Bank Holiday Monday during a tour of seven churches.

Stops were made at the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Harrow Road; the Immaculate Conception Church. Farm Street: the Church of the Assumption, Warwick Street, and then on to Littlemore with its connections with Cardinal Newman; St. Birinus's Church at Dorchester-onThames, the Salesian Church at Cowley. Oxford, and finally to the new Church of St. Pius X at Wootton.




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