Franklin Graham, French Pilgrimage
With 30 long pilgrimages and hundreds of shorter walks, why is secular France embracing these old religious routes?
As hundreds of people take part in the annual pilgrimage in the French city of Valenciennes, John Laurenson joins the pilgrims to find out why pilgrimages are becoming so popular in secular France.
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Producers: Carmel Lonergan and Lissa Cook
Series Producer: Amanda Hancox