THE all-night vigil group. who have now run several allnight and even two-night vigils in churches and in the open air in answer to Our Lady's appeals at Fatima, plan more vigils this summer.
The first is to Glastonbury on the night of Saturday to Sunday. July 14 and 15. 'The organisers hope to spread to the West Country the aim of the vigils: prayer and penance for the conversion of the Russian people and for Christian Unity.
The Saturday night will be spent in prayer in the open air.
A second vigil will be at Walsingham on the night of Saturday to Sunday, August 18 to 19, when the organisers invite contingents from every exiled community to join in prayer.
The all-night vigil group have now " prayed in the New Year" at the Church of the Assumption, Warwick Street, just off Piccadilly; at Stilton Park, Ciuildford. in January: at Somers Town at the week-end preceding the visit of Bulganin and Kruschev, and at Willesden on May 13 in union with the opening of this year's pilgrimages at Fattma.
The return fare for the pilgrimages to Glastonbury and Walsingham is 28s. 6d. each, including breakfast and lunch on the day following the vigil, which in each case will be the day of the diocesan pilgrimages. All details may be obtained from the Pilgrimage Secretary, 3, Oakhill Road, Putney, S.W.I.