A Walsingham Rosary is a book of Bible readings, meditations and prayers based on each of the mysteries of the Rosary 20 in all - with each being set specifically at a different place in the vicinity of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. It comes complete with an illustrated guide to praying the Rosary and all the Bible readings and prayers are printed out in full.
Line drawings, photographs, maps, directions, and a short description of each site will guide pilgrims round all the places of significance in and around Walsingham. It includes visits to the Anglican, Roman Catholic and Orthodox shrines and the Methodist chapel and so is wholly ecumenical. However, this is first and foremost a book of rosary prayers that can be said anywhere.
First published locally in 2000, the Luminous Mysteries have since been added to the Rosary, so the text is expanded and includes visits to further five sites and updated photographs.
Philip Gray is a parish priest in Suffolk, an honorary chaplain of the Norfolk Churches Trust, and a member of the council of the Society of Mary.
Anne Gray practices as a barrister. She is a member of the council of the Guild of All Souls, which has a chapel in Walsingham.