AYLESFORD. expecting to be
swarming with praying children led by Cardinal Griffin and Bishop Cowderoy during Mary's month of May. will on the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, July 20, welcome a great pilgrimage of intercession for the conversion of England.
Mgr. Cowderoy, Bishop of Southwark. will lead the pilgrimage, and Pontifical High Mass will be celebrated over the foundations of the ancient Church of the Assumption.
The day will end with a torchlight procession through the grounds.
Belgium's radio priest, Fr. Leopold, 0.Carro, who hist year brought a pilgrimage over for the re-dedication, is again bringing a group for the Feast of Mount Carmel.
Fifteen shrines being erected along a Holy Way, using the Monks' Walk and ending in a small chapel in the cloisters, will be used as a pilgrims' way for the reciting of the Mysteries of the Rosary.
Within the next month. £10,000 has to he found to pay off the debt on Allington Castle and for this purpose a novena will begin there on Sunday.
A Carmelite pilgrimage to Lourdes and other French shrines leaving England on Monday, July 7, will return to Aylesford in time for the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Particulars from International Catholic Travel Service of Lanseair Ltd., 71 Knightsbridge, London, S.W.I.