Our Lady of Walsingham was a Marian vision that appeared to Lady Richeldis de Faverches, a noblewoman of Norfolk, England. In this apparition, Our Lady instructed Lady Richeldis to construct a model of the Holy House of Loreto (where Mary was born) in the village of Walsingham. The replica quickly became a popular pilgrimage site. Today, Our Lady of Walsingham serves as an image of reconciliation between Catholics and Protestants, and her shrine welcomes community and love for all.
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