Late on Sunday evening I returned home after attending the Latin Mass Society's walking pilgrimage to Walsingham. It took place over three days, and about 160 pilgrims made the journey on foot from Ely to Walsingham, a distance of 56 miles. A few, like myself, did not walk, but provided support services such as catering. My principal duty was as sacristan, setting up for four Masses each day, and transporting all the requisites between the four locations. This is a picture of the post-pilgrimage Mass at the Slipper chapel on the Monday.
The following Monday the Pilgrimage in honour of St Margaret Clitherow took place in York, and I was on duty again. This time I walked the mile between the Bar Convent and the York Oratory. Here you can see the statue of St Margaret Clitherow which had been carried in the procession and placed in the sanctuary for Mass and Benediction.
Both events were a great success, and I would encourage anyone who is fit enough to attend one consider attending at least one of them next year.