by Sara Maitland
The Walsingham pilgrimage refreshes the parts that other Anglican practices do not reach.
I first went to the Walsingham national pilgrimage, now gone again for another year, on the late May bank holiday in 1972. I was a newish re-convert (a Presbyterian childhood followed by a long time away from any religious faith) and still richly curious about it all.
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