The Legacy of Romero CAFOD Pilgrimage to Holy Island, Saturday 5 July 2014

 

Holy Island, a very spiritual place

Holy Island, a very spiritual plac

Reflections from El Salvador & Kenya with Archbishop Romero Trust Pilgrims & Director of Caritas Kitui Anthony Mbandi
12 noon Walk the Pilgrim’s Way
(Mainland side of Causeway)

12.30pm Pilgrimage Liturgy
(St Aidan’s Catholic Church for those not walking)

2.30pm Mass celebrated by
Rt Rev Bishop John Rawsthorne
(Near St Aidan’s Statue in Priory grounds)

Causeway safe crossing times are between
11.05am and 7.30pm

Please register your coach or car at: middlesbrough@cafod.org.uk
or tel: 01904 671767

If there is enough interest we may put on a coach. Please let us know if you would be interested in going by coach

One thought on “The Legacy of Romero CAFOD Pilgrimage to Holy Island, Saturday 5 July 2014

  1. Pingback: The Legacy of Romero – Pilgrimage to Holy Island | St Thérèse of Lisieux Parish Ingleby Barwick

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