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CLIP 2880

Pilgrimage to England's Nazareth

Pilgrimage to England's Nazareth
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Key Info
  • Pilgrimage to England's Nazareth
  • Duration: 02:58
  • Legend tells that in 1066 the first lady of Walsingham had a vision of the Virgin Mary who told her to build a replica of the house where she and Joseph brought up Jesus. The village became known as England's Nazareth, and people still go on pilgrimage to this house today. There is a service called sprinkling that takes place in Walsingham where people go to drink the water from an ancient well, believed to have healing properties. A pilgrimage is a journey you take where by the end of it you hope to feel better about yourself and the world in general.
  • Subject:

    Religious Education

       Topic:

    Christianity

  • Keywords: pilgrimage, miracle, Walsingham, England's Nazareth, Virgin Mary, Jesus, pilgrimage
Ideas for use in class
  • The clip ends with the question 'where would you go on pilgrimage?' Pose this question to the class and discuss the different answers.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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