8th Annual GK Chesterton Pilgrimage
Saturday 28th July
2.30pm Old Rite Mass at The Bridgettine Convent, Fulmer Common Road, Iver, SL0 0NR, in thanksgiving for Chesterton's
Conversion, which took place 96. You are welcome to
attend the Mass even if you are not doing the walk.
Bring and eat packed lunch!
For those who wish to, you can then
join the afternoon part of the pilgrimage walk to Beaconsfield (7.5 miles approx) where Chesterton
lived, converted, died and is buried. We will say the prayer for the
Beatification of GKC at his graveside. The prayer can be found, in a number of
Or join us at 9.15am, outside Ealing Town Hall, (Normally we meet outside the
abortion centre at 87 Mattock Lane, Ealing, W5 5BJ, but currently Ealing Council have BANNED PRAYER on that road) where we stop for a few
minutes prayer before walking on along the canal to Mass at the Convent.
If you’d really like to walk the full
27 miles, meet us at 7.30am outside St George's C of E Church, Aubrey Walk,
London, W8 7JG, where GKC was Baptised as a baby.
Send us names of people for us to
pray for along the way and for more details or to join the pilgrimage email;
[email protected] and follow on Twitter, @CatholicGKCSoc #GKCWalk See the report of
the 2016 Pilgrimage here Read a report of the 2012 Pilgrimage here & 2013 here Read the Sermon from 2012 Masshere & 2013here
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