Walsingham Prayer Book
For nearly one thousand years, pilgrims have been finding their way to England's National Shrine of Our Lady.
In 1061 in the small Norfolk village of Walsingham, the Saxon Lady of the Manor, Richeldis, received an instruction from the Virgin Mary that she was to build a copy of the Holy House of Nazareth. Here a venerable image of Our Lady was enshrined, and began to attract pilgrims from all over Christendom. By the time of the Reformation, Walsingham was one of the four major places of pilgrimage in Europe. It is known today as "England's Nazareth".
Whether you are on pilgrimage, in Walsingham, or at home, this book will give shape to your personal prayers, and will inspire you with its beautiful colour photographs.
This prayer book is ideal both for individuals and for pilgrimage groups. It contains the most popular prayers, Litanies and hymns associated with devotion to Our Lady of Walsingham.