This Week in English Catholic History: The Apparition of Our Lady of Walsingham (AD 1061)

Posted September 23, 2018 4:23 pm by Dr. Foster Lerner, D.O.

This Week in English Catholic History: The Apparition of Our Lady of Walsingham (AD 1061)

N September 24th, Ordinariate Catholics since our inception following the promulgation of Anglicanorum Cœtibus in AD 2009 and English Catholics in general since the year 2000 have celebrated Mary most holy under her title Our Lady of Walsingham.

The Cathedral of the North American Ordinariate, the original British Ordinariate erected in 2011, and the Parish Church of Rockhampton in the West Pacific Ordinariate are all named after this apparition. What is its significance?

In 1061, Richeldis de Faverches, an English noblewoman living in Walsingham received a vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This event was recorded in song by Richard Pynson much

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