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Walsingham had Dominican " Roses Service"

For the first time in its 600 years' history, the Slipper Chapel, Walsingham, home of the Shrine a Our Lady of Walsingham, was the scene on Sunday of the distribution of roses by a Dominican friar (Fr. Aloysius Murray, 0.P., of Cambridge) who, in accordance with the rite peculiar to his Order, thus marked the first Sunday in October as Rosary Sunday. He afterwards said the parish Mass.




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