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12 April 2016

St Margaret Clitherow and the Martyrs of York

The fifth annual pilgrimage in honour of St Margaret Clitherow and the Martyrs of York organised by the Latin Mass Society will take place in York on Saturday 30th April.  It will begin at 1.30 pm with Solemn Mass at St Wilfrid's Church, which is close to the Minster.  A procession, carrying a statue of Margaret Clitherow, through the streets of York, calling at the shrine in The Shambles and passing over Ouse Bridge, the place of her execution, will follow.  The day will end back at St Wilfrid's Church with Benediction at about 4pm.

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The musical setting for both the Solemn Mass and Benediction will be provided by the scholars of St
Wilfrid's Church.

A limited tea will be provided after Benediction in the upper room of St Wilfrid's Church.

Those travelling by car are advised to use one of the Park and Ride services, as parking in central York is very difficult.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Will there be veneration of the relic of St. Margaret Clitherow's
hand? If not, why not?