We began our pilgrimage in honour of St Margaret Clitherow and the martyrs of York at the Bar Convent, where St Margaret's hand is venerated.

The chapel of the Bar Convent

We then processed through the streets of York, which were so familiar to our martyrs.

Walking down Micklegate

On the Ouse Bridge once stood the Toll booth, where Margaret Clitherow was crushed to death on 25th March 1586.

The Ouse Bridge

John & Margaret Clitherow and their children lived on the Shambles, where St Margaret's Shrine stands today.

Shambles

We continued on towards the Oratory, for Mass and Benediction.

Low Petergate
Passing the Minster
Concluding the Rosary on the steps of the Oratory Church

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