Daily Mass at The Slipper Chapel, Walsingham

History: “In the idyllic pastoral setting of East Anglia, in the county of Norfolk, and located just over one mile from Walsingham, stands the little Slipper Chapel, a shrine dating back to the mid 14th century. Within this tiny shrine is kept the familiar Catholic statue of Our Lady of Walsingham.

At this point, pilgrims would remove their shoes to walk the last mile to the holy House at Walsingham itself. Walsingham, ‘England’s Nazareth’, dates back almost a thousand years, when in 1061 a woman called Richeldis de Faverches was inspired by Mary, Mother of God, to build a Shrine in perpetual memory of her Holy Annunciation” … More

Mass begins around 2:59

Pray the most beautiful Sorrowful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary for the sick and suffering

— Thomas Storck on our moment and imperative in liturgical history

Oriented to the Coming of the Lord

CNA: More than 150 volunteers at St. Cecilia Parish in Wilbraham, Massachusetts spent May 21 and 22 packing nearly 48,000 meals for needy families in Haiti. The parish’s Hope Ministry assists families in Haiti each year.