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Thursday, 17 October 2013 18:46

General Guidance

The Pilgrimage of The Relics of Don Bosco is a once in a lifetime opportunity to encounter the Sacred Relics in the United Kingdom. There are three main public aspects for The Pilgrimage of The Relics of Don Bosco: The Pilgrim Experience, Holy Mass and End of Day Prayer.

General Information

The program is provisional and may be subject to change. The latest updates and general information can be found on this website. Please check the site before travelling.
All of the Pilgrimage is open to all who wish to take advantage of this lifetime opportunity in the United Kingdom.
Admission is unrestricted and no tickets are required, but at certain times there may be a wait for the Pilgrim Experience.
Seating for Holy Mass is freely available on a ‘first come basis’. If there is not space for you to attend the Holy Mass you may be able to access the Pilgrim Experience at another time.

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