The Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in Norfolk, sometimes called "England's Nazareth", plays a big part in the spirituality of our parish; a number of our young people take part each year in the Walsingham Youth Pilgrimage, and an statue of Our Lady of Walsingham is the focal point of the Lady Chapel, but a "Cell" is something different...
The Cell of Our Lady of Walsingham is essentially a community at prayer gathered around Mary, as the first disciples were on the eve on Pentecost. And so being part of the Cell is to commit oneself to regular prayer, study of the faith, and intercession for the Holy Spirit to renew the whole Church.
Members of our Cell are called to pray the Angelus each day and to observe the following holy days;
The objects of the Cell are
The Cell was formally re-established in 2016 under the patronage of Mary and of Saint Alban. Everyone is welcome to join and/or to participate to the events and services organised by the Cell.
Hail Mary, full of grace,