The Shrine of Our Lady of Walsigham in Norfolk, sometimes called "England's Nazareth", is a big part of our spirituality; young people from the parish take part each year in the the Walsigham Youth Pilgrimage, and an effigy of Our Lady is the focal point of the Lady Chapel, but a "Cell" is something different...
A Cell is essentially a community of prayer gathered around Mary, as the disciples were on the eve on Pentecost. It's spiritual link between All Saints and the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. The Cell also encourages pilgrimages to Walsingham, providing those in need with material and personal assistance where possible.
The Cell of the Society of Our Lady of Walsingham was re-established in 2016 under the patronage of Mary and of Saint Alban, the patron saint of our Diocese.
The objects of the Cell are
Members of our Cell are called to observe the following holy days
Should you be interested in finding out more about Walsingham, or about joining our Cell, please do get in touch via the parish office.
Hail Mary, full of grace,